Oncological urology covers the treatment of malignant tumors involving the genital and urinary tract of the male, and the urinary tract of women.
We have extensive experience in the management of urological malignant tumors of any type and origin (testicles, penis, urethra, bladder, prostate, ureters, retroperitoneal, kidneys, pelvis-calyx, adrenal); the most common are cancers of the bladder, prostate and kidney.
In most patients, you need to surgically remove the tumor and in some patients, add adjuvant treatments such as radiation or chemotherapy, for which we have the cooperation of radiotherapists and medical oncologists.
We always try to perform curative surgeries, but with the least possible aggression. For example, radical prostatectomy is performed by robotical surgery (DaVinci) and in bladder cancer cases in which we do have to remove the bladder, we always try to replace it with an orthotopic intestinal neobladder instead of making an external urinary diversion.
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