Tag: Vesicoureteral Reflux

Vesicoureteral Reflux



Vesicoureteric Reflux

What Is Vesicoureteric Reflux? Vesicoureteric reflux is the condition in which the urine flows back from the bladder to the ureter. This condition is also known as vesicoureteral reflux. There is a progressive flow of urine from the kidney to the bladder ... Read More
November 28, 2020admin


Introduction Before the advancement in the surgical field, the surgery was done by making a long incision at the site of the procedure. However, laparoscopic surgery has changed the way the operations are being conducted. Various types of surgeries are now possible through ... Read More
November 2, 2020admin


What Is Antenatal Hydronephrosis? Antenatal hydronephrosis is the condition that occurs in the fetus during pregnancy. The condition is characterized by enlargement of the kidney due to the accumulation of fluid. Antenatal hydronephrosis indicates various renal ... Read More
March 3, 2020admin



Hydronephrosis Surgery

Many people have never heard of the term hydronephrosis. That’s because it is only prevalent in around 1% of the general population according to a research paper published by Science Direct. Hydronephrosis can affect both children and adults. In fact, it can even affect ... Read More
January 31, 2020admin



Pediatric Urology

What Is Pediatric Urology? Children frequently suffer from Genito-urinary disorders. Infants are not able to comprehensively express the discomfort due to these disorders. In such a scenario, a trained and experienced pediatric urologist is required. Pediatric urologists ... Read More
January 30, 2020admin



Pediatric Urology

Congenital defects and diseases in the urinary tract or genitals of your child has to be identified early and rectified sooner. Unattended conditions put your child into various complications for rest of their life. The urinary tract includes the kidneys, ureters, and the bladder while the ... Read More
November 11, 2019admin


Kidneys are important organ for urine formation. Normally, urine flows into the bladder through ureters. However, in some children, urine from the bladder flows back through the ureters. This condition is known as Vesicouretral reflux (VUR) and is common in infants and children. It can be unilateral or ... Read More
May 23, 2019admin