- Surgical treatment of foreskin crack
- Endoscopic partial removal of the prostate (TURP)
- Endoscopic bladder tumor removal (TURB)
- Removal of kidney stones (ureterorenoscopy surgery)
- Urethral fixation in case of urinary incontinence
- Endoscopic urethral stricture surgery
- Endoscopic bladder stone breaking
- Endoscopic incision of the bladder neck (TUIP)
- Surgery for cysto-vaginal fistula
- Urethral reconstruction
- Testicular biopsy
- Testicular prosthesis implantation surgery
- Removal of scrotal sebaceous cyst or other skin lesion
- Epididymal or testicular appendage cyst removal
- Penile plastic surgery
- Cryptorchidism (undescended testicle) surgery
- Circumcision or circumcision surgery
- Hydrocele surgery or surgery for fluid-filled testicles
OrchiectomySee available time slots
Orchiectomy, also known as testicle removal, is a surgical procedure in which one or both testicles are removed. It is performed in cases of testicular or prostate cancer, and in certain cases of testicular trauma or other medical indications.
The operation can be performed under general or local anesthesia. During the procedure, a 5-10 cm incision is made in the groin, near the pubic bone and inguinal ligament, or in the scrotum. Both testicles are removed through the scrotal incision in cases of prostate cancer, while the affected testicle and its spermatic cord are removed through the inguinal canal incision in cases of testicular cancer.
The surgery can be performed under general anesthesia, spinal anesthesia, or epidural anesthesia. After the surgery, pain, swelling, and bruising may occur. It is usually recommended to rest and follow the doctor’s recommendations for pain relief, and to avoid heavy physical activity.
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