Publication date: 14.08.2019

The range of urological procedures performed at the Damiana Hospital is so wide that it allows to meet the majority of expectations of patients who need comprehensive treatment in this area.

We are aware that nowadays the pace of life and work of potential patients forces the performance of minimally invasive techniques in practically every field of medicine. This type of procedures significantly shortens the time of patient's hospitalisation and convalescence, which allows to return quickly to their regular lifestyle without deterioration of its quality (e.g. presence of disfiguring scars that frequently occur after extensive open surgery). The special demand of patients for fast and minimally invasive urological procedures is fully satisfied by endourological procedures.

Focussing on the benefits for patients, the Damiana Medical Centre is constantly expanding its diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities by equipping the hospital with state-of-the-art equipment and expanding its cooperation with high-class urology specialists.

We perform unique surgical procedures of genitourinary organs in men, prostate surgeries (traditional and transcutaneous electroresections), procedures related to the treatment of urolithiasis as well as kidney and bladder surgeries.

Range of urological procedures

Urological procedures performed at the Damiana Medical Centre include both diagnostic procedures as well as large-scale surgeries related to the treatment of urogenital cancers.

At the Damiana Hospital our urologists carry out the following procedures:

Surgeon: Radosław Jardanowski MD:

  • urethra procedures
  • variocele surgery
  • endoscopic excision of ureterocele
  • testicle prosthesis implants
  • surgical removal of stones from bladder
  • prostate surgeries
  • transcutaneous crushing of small stones
  • cystoscopy
  • phimosis surgery (adults)
  • hydrocele testis surgery
  • undescended testicle repair surgery (orchiopexy)
  • testicle removal
  • transurethral electroresection of bladder tumour (TURT)