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Dilsuknagar   +91 40 67976747  Visakhapatnam  +91 891 676 3333

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Hyderabad

 +91 40 6731 3131

Visakhapatnam

 +91 891 676 3333

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Department of Urology

Urology, a branch of medicine, also known as genitourinary surgery focuses on the medical and surgical diseases of the urinary tract system. The kidneys, adrenal glands, ureters, urinary bladder, female and the male reproductive organs, viz testes, epididymis, prostate and the penis, come under the branch of Urology. The urinary and the reproductive tracts are linked to each other, thus disorder in one effect the other organ. Urology combines the management of non-surgical conditions, such as urinary tract infections and benign prostatic hyperplasia, with the management of surgical conditions like bladder or prostate cancer, kidney stones, congenital abnormalities, traumatic injury, and stress incontinence.

AINU, offer sophisticated care with the passion to serve the people in need, by setting benchmarks for care using the latest possible techniques. We have a strong relationship amongst our doctors, nurses, administrative staff and family members of the patients, to ensure that utmost importance is given to each and every one. We have equipped with the state of the art equipment for evidence-based treatment. Our labs have the latest equipment, which responds with the results that have the minimum lead time.

We have a holistic approach to prostate cancer care. The treatment is given using lasers, in which we are the leaders in the field. Our team leaves no stone unturned to ensure that our passion for quality and service is felt by the patient and their caretakers respectively.

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