Urological surgery

We treat and diagnose diseases of the genital organs and the urinary tract in both men and women. We offer both preventive and scheduled treatment. Confido Surgery Centre uses innovative and patient-friendly laser technology for destructing kidney stones.

Removal of kidney stones (ureterorenoscopy surgery)

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Endoscopic removal of kidney stones or ureterorenoscopy surgery (URSL; RIRS)

To remove kidney stones, please first book an appointment with a urologist who will assess the situation, conduct necessary tests, and establish a treatment plan.

The kidneys filter waste from the blood and produce urine. Sometimes, salts and minerals in the urine stick together and form kidney stones. Smaller pieces of stones can pass through the urinary tract unnoticed, but larger stones can cause severe pain in the back, abdomen, or groin, the need to urinate more frequently, pain while urinating, blood in urine, nausea or vomiting.

Stones smaller than 5 mm in diameter are likely to pass on their own. Medical intervention is required to get rid of larger stones. The most common way to remove kidney stones is through ureterorenoscopy, in which a narrow tube is passed through the urinary tract to the kidney stone. The doctor uses a laser to crush the stone and removes the pieces through the tube, with smaller fragments exiting the body naturally. The second most popular way to remove kidney stones is extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy.

We also offer ureteroscopy surgery as a service covered by the Health Insurance Fund.

We provide this service

Confido Medical Centre
Veerenni 51, Tallinn


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Removal of kidney stones (ureterorenoscopy surgery)
Starting from 2800 €
Urologist's appointment Prior to surgery
130 €
30 min

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