Female urinary incontinence Surgery.
Minimally invasive surgery to treat stress urinary incontinence in women. An implant will be chosen depending on the case (mini-sling, adjustable implants or adjustable prosthesis), to ensure a greater success rate and fewer complications. No external scars. Short stay.
Male urinary incontinence Surgery.
Minimally invasive surgery to treat stress urinary incontinence in men, generally as a result of prior surgery. Depending on the case, adjustable or non-adjustable implants or an artificial urinary sphincter may need to be fitted.
Vesical botulinum toxin injection (Botox).
Walk-in procedure to treat an overactive bladder and detrusor overactivity, carried out with local anaesthesia and sedation. Does not require a stay in hospital.
Penile curvature surgery.
Short-stay penile reconstructive surgery. Surgery techniques vary according to the degree of curvature.
Male urethra surgery.
Each case must be individually assessed. Includes keyhole procedures or open surgery with flaps or grafts (generally foreskin or oral mucosa), in 1 or 2 sessions. The length of stay in hospital and in the city will vary depending on the type of surgery.
Female urethra surgery.
Includes pathologies such as urethral cysts or diverticula. Short-stay surgery.
Bladder, prostrate, penis tumour surgery.
Keyhole, laparoscopy or open surgery. Depending on the case, the required treatment, hospital stay and the days of stay in the city will be evaluated.