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Urologic procedures involve the bladder and/or kidneys and the tubes (ureters) connecting the kidneys to the bladder. The most common urologic surgeries relieve incontinence (leaking urine when coughing, laughing) or "fallen" bladder.
Surgery for Urologic Conditions
- Kidney stones
- Growths such as polyps and tumors
- Interstitial cystitis (painful bladder syndrome)
- Ureteral blockages
- Fallen bladder/prolapse (cystocele)
- Nerve damage to the bladder
What is minimally invasive urologic surgery?
Minimally invasive urologic surgery is a type of surgery to correct urologic issues with less trauma to the patient. By performing procedures laparoscopically (through small keyhole incisions), robotically, or even through a single-port, our surgeons can get you back on your feet sooner.