Female Pelvic Surgery, Functional, and Reconstructive Urology

    1. Urodynamic Studies (U.D.S):

      • Urodynamic studies involve a series of tests to assess how well the bladder, sphincters, and urethra are storing and releasing urine. These studies help diagnose conditions such as urinary incontinence and bladder dysfunction, providing valuable information for treatment planning.
    2. T.O.T (Transobturator Tape):

      • T.O.T is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women. During the procedure, a synthetic tape is placed through the obturator foramen to provide support to the urethra and reduce the symptoms of urinary leakage during activities that increase abdominal pressure.
    3. T.V.T (Tension-free Vaginal Tape):

      • T.V.T is another minimally invasive surgical approach for treating stress urinary incontinence. A synthetic mesh tape is positioned under the urethra to provide support and alleviate the symptoms of SUI without placing tension on the surrounding tissues.
    4. Urethroplasty:

      • Urethroplasty is a surgical procedure performed to reconstruct or repair the urethra, typically due to strictures, injuries, or other structural abnormalities. It involves removing or reshaping damaged sections of the urethra and restoring proper function.
    5. VVF (Vesicovaginal Fistula) Surgery with Muscle Flap:

      • Vesicovaginal fistula is an abnormal connection between the bladder and the vagina, often leading to involuntary urine leakage. Surgical repair with a muscle flap involves closing the fistula and reinforcing the repair with adjacent muscle tissue to prevent recurrence.