Urological Cancers

Urological cancers are the uncontrolled proliferation of cells in the kidney, urinary tract, urinary bladder, prostate and testicles which causing tumoral formations. As in all types of cancer, through early diagnosis, treatment phase of cancers of the urinary system can be carried out much more comfortably.

Kidney Cancer

Kidney cancer can be treated with early diagnosis. In kidney cancer that can be diagnosed by ultrasound, tomography and MRI, if the tumor does not exceed 5 centimeters and does not affect the kidney vessels, the tumor can be removed by surgical procedure. This procedure is called partial nephrectomy (nephron-sparing surgery). Complaints of kidney cancer are:

  • Back pain,
  • Abdominal pain
  • Hematuria
  • Weight loss

Early diagnosis is very important in kidney cancer, which can be treated with surgical methods.

Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer is a type of cancer that can usually be seen in people who smoke and work in the industry. The main symptom of bladder cancer is blood in the urine and it has different types. Treatment of bladder cancer is possible by removing the bladder. While patients whose bladder was removed in previous years were carrying a bag outside, they can now live comfortably with an artificial bladder made of intestines. Its major symptoms are:

  • Pain and burn during urination
  • Polyuria (frequent urination)
  • Uncontrolled bladder or bowel
  • Decreased urination

Surgical treatment of bladder cancer is performed with TUR application accompanied by cystoscopy.

Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is a disease that is often confused with prostate enlargement, and it is recommended that all men, especially after the age of 45, do not delay their routine urological check-ups for early diagnosis. It is possible to achieve 100% success in prostate cancer with early diagnosis and qualified treatment. Symptoms of prostate cancer are:

  • Difficulty during urination
  • Blood in urine or sperm
  • Feeling of pain after ejaculation
  • Erectile dysfunction

It can be treated with radiotherapy, chemotherapy, hormonotherapy and surgical methods.

Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer is a type of cancer especially seen in young men, and smoking is considered a primary risk factorMain symptoms of testicular cancer are:

  • Back pain and cervical pain
  • Weight loss despite not doing diet or exercise
  • Enlargement of breast and pain

Testicular cancer can be treated with chemotherapy and surgical methods.