Varicocelectomy: Procedure performed through microsurgery and advanced optics to close varicose veins in scrotum and spermatic cord to treat Varicocele.
Vasovasostomy: Microsurgery technique to reconnect deferens vas after a vasectomy.
Hydrocelectomy: Open surgery technique to drain scrotal fluid or water bag and prevent recurrence.
Radical orchiectomy: Procedure performed by inguinal approach as a treatment of choice for cases of testicular cancer.
Placement of testicular prosthesis: Optionally in cases of testicular removal for any reason it is possible to place prostheses in scrotal region.
Circumcision: Common procedure to remove excess foreskin, reduce the risk of infections and improve conditions in that region to treat various health problems associated with the absence of circumcision.
Examination and testicular pexia: Procedure performed to fix testicles that do not descend and are placed normally in the scrotal bag.
Correction of curvature: Procedure to treat select cases in penile curvature or Peyronie's disease.
Flexible Laser ureterolitothotripsy: Treatment of choice for cases of urinary tract stones, especially in the kidney where traditional equipment does not have access, through minimally invasive surgery through natural holes without the need for wounds or incisions.
Percutaneous nephrolithotomy: Advanced treatment for complex or large kidney stones with a minimally invasive approach.
Cyst resection: Treatment for large kidney cysts through a laparoscopic approach.
Radical nephrectomy: Treatment of choice for cases of kidney cancer, involves open approach or partial and laparoscopic approach in selected cases.
Ureterolitothotripsy: Treatment of stones housed in the urethral ducts through which the urine descends into the bladder through minimally invasive procedures, usually performed through pneumatic equipment for destruction and removal of the stone.
Laser ureterolitothotripsy: Procedure and minimally invasive approach for treatment of stones housed in the ureter with the use of laser technology that allows laser fragmentation or dusting, is usually more versatile and allows more complex stones to be treated.
Transurethral bladder resection: Resection of lesions inside the bladder with minimally invasive techniques and especially in suspected bladder cancer.
Internal urethrotomy: Treatment of choice for lesions in the urethra, scar formation that obstructs the lumen of the urethra and does not allow proper evacuation of the urine, it is through cameras with a minimally invasive procedure.
Transurethral prostate resection: Procedure of choice to surgically treat prostate growth, depending on the case can be performed with a mixture of equipment and techniques according to assessment. It is performed in a classic monopolar way or with bipolar technology for large volume prostates, through endoscopic enucleation in selected cases, green laser treatment, etc.
Open enucleation: Technique used to remove the large volume prostate through open surgery.
Radical prostatectomy: Procedure of choice to treat prostate cancer with curative intentions after study and assessment of the tumor process, it is required to properly select the case for that purpose.
HiFu: Minimally invasive treatment for low-risk or localized prostate cancer with curative intent.