Endoscopic Stone surgery

Surgical Excellence in all types of Endoscopic Stone surgery with experience of 1500+ cases.

Surgical Excellence in Endoscopic Stone surgery with experience of 1500+ cases. Extensive experience in a various challenging scenario like large(25-100 mm) multiple complex stones(Staghorn), stones in small children (<5yrs) and high-risk patients –elderly, morbidly obese, patients with diabetes, heart disease, renal insufficiency, recurrent stones, and tubeless PCNL, Mini PCNL.

Advantages of Endoscopic Stone surgery compared to traditional open stone surgery

  • No or small incision(Cut) < 1 cm

  • Minimal scarring

  • Minimal Pain

  • Minimal Bleeding

  • Faster recovery and healing

  • Short hospital stay and quick return to work

Disadvantages/Risk of Endoscopic Stone surgery

  • Very low-risk surgery, if performed by a urologist who is a specially trained in this technique.

  • Increase surgical expense because of use of Expensive equipments/technology. Small delicate endoscopes, Lasers for stone fragmentation, Real time digital Xray(Fluroscopy)- all these adds to the surgery cost

Various Types of Endoscopic stone surgery performed

Ureteroscopic removal of stone (URS) for stones in urine tube(Ureter)

Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (PCNL) for large stones in Kidney

Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery (RIRS) for small stones in Kidney