Department of Urology

About Urology

SLG Hospitals is fully geared to offer inclusive care to patients with urological conditions, which have seen an upsurge in recent times due to disorderly lifestyle and increasing lifespan.

The all-round proficiency of our experienced team of Urologists in managing and treating even the most complex conditions, is strengthened further by state-of-the-art infrastructure that includes the most advanced technology to treat renal stones and prostate problems.

 At SLG Hospitals, we are dedicated to deliver world-class urological treatment options affordable and accessible to all. 

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Recently I had a knee injury, for treatment I went to SLG Hospitals. I was hardly walking receptionists and staff members immediately responded and accompanied me to ortho Dr. B.Chakradhar Reddy. He treated me really well and explained me the problem in a very simple neat way. Radiology technicians were also very helpful and supportive. I’m well satisfied with hospitality and over all service.
Ravali Kavoori


Urology is a medical and surgical field of medicine that focuses on the treatment of diseases affecting the urinary tract of males and females, as well as the reproductive organs of males. It deals with all problems affecting the kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, adrenal glands, and the male reproductive system, which includes the testes, epididymis, prostate, penis, vas deferens, and seminal vesicles.

Factors that may increase one’s risk of developing urologic ailments include:
Unhealthy eating habits | Sedentary lifestyle | Smoking | Excessive alcohol consumption | Overweight | Hypertension | Diabetes | Family history | Certain types of medication

There are many urologic disorders and diseases, among which the common ones are:
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) | Urinary incontinence | Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) | Kidney and ureteral stones | Erectile dysfunction

One should see a Urologist right away, on experiencing the following symptoms:
Frequent need to urinate | Difficulty urinating | Blood in urine | Pain or burning
sensation while urinating | Pain in testicular area | Incontinence | Severe constipation |
Problem with getting or keeping an erection | Fertility issues in males | Abnormality in prostate exam report

Kidney removal | Renal surgery | Prostatic surgery | Bladder surgery | Urethra surgery | Surgery to the penis | Testicular surgery | Pelvic lymph node dissection | Surgery of the ureters, including ureterolithotomyor removal of stones in the ureters

Risks during or after a urologic surgery entirely depend on the type of surgical procedure (open or laparoscopic) and the extent of organ involvement. Open surgery poses the standard surgery and anesthetic risks associated with strain on the heart and lungs. Risks of infection at the wound site accompany all surgeries, open and laparoscopic. The risk of injury to adjacent organs is higher in laparoscopic surgery. Kidney removal and transplantation have many risks because of the extent of the surgery, as do surgeries of the colon, bladder, and prostate.

The committed urology team of SLG Hospitals consists of consultant urologists, andrologists, and transplant specialists with the support of skilled nursing staff to provide optimal and personalized treatments for all our patients. SLG consultants are experts in carrying out minimally invasive and endourological procedures, open urological reconstructive surgeries, microsurgeries for male infertility and renal transplantation.

Diagnostic Facilities:
Cystoscopy | Ureteroscopy | Focussed ultrasonography | TRUS | CT scan

Interventional Procedures:
Minimally invasive endourology (Conventional/Laser) | Vasectomy | Cystectomy | Prostatectomy TURP Lasers | Microsurgery for male infertility | Micro-varicocele surgery | VEA and vasectomy reversal | Hypospadias and epispadias surgery | Pyeloplasty | Vascular access for dialysis | Urogenital cancer surgeries | Open reconstructive surgery of the urogenital tract conditions | Kidney transplantation