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Mr Datta is a specialist in the treatment of the kidneys, bladder, prostate and genitalia in men and women. He is particularly skilled in the specialist treatment of urinary stone disease using minimally invasive surgery and the prevention of stones.

Stone Disease

The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs that help in the removal of wastes from the body. As the kidneys filter blood of impurities, minerals and acid salts can accumulate and harden over time. These solid crystalline deposits are called kidney stones, and can form in one or both kidneys. The stones can travel down the urinary tract and block the flow of urine, causing pain and bleeding.
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Holmium Laser

The prostate gland is an organ found in men, surrounding the neck of the urinary bladder. The gland grows with age, but if it grows too big, it can exert pressure on the urethra (tubes that drain urine), and may obstruct the flow of urine. This condition is called benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) and causes urinary problems, such as difficulty in emptying the bladder and frequent urinary infections.
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Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy

Percutaneous nephrolithotomy is a procedure to remove large stones from the kidneys or ureters. It is performed under general or spinal anaesthesia, and involves making an incision in your back and inserting a hollow tube through the kidney to reach the stone. Smaller instruments are then introduced through the tube to remove the stone.
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Flexible Uretero-Renoscopy

Urine is produced in the kidneys and passes through tubes called ureters into the bladder, which then evacuates it through a passage called the urethra. Crystallised stones can form in the kidney, blocking the passage of urine and causing severe pain and difficulty in urination.
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MRI Fusion Prostate

A biopsy is a sample of tissue taken from the body to be analysed in the laboratory under a microscope. Biopsies of the prostate gland (located near the rectum in males) are usually performed to identify prostate cancer, which is the only definite diagnosis.
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Kidney Obstruction

The kidneys filter blood of impurities to form urine, which flows out through tubes called ureters, is temporarily stored in the bladder and passes outside the body through a tube called the urethra. When an obstruction occurs in the flow of urine, pressure builds up above the blockage and within the kidney (hydronephrosis).
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Male infertility issues are more common than what many people imagine. Whenever a couple is having difficulties in having a baby, more often than not, the problem is assumed to be with the woman. In reality, male infertility problems are responsible for about 40% of couples who want but cannot have a baby.
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Lithotripsy (ESWL)

Kidney stones are small, hard deposits that can develop in the kidneys. Lithotripsy, often referred to as extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL), is the most common procedure for the management of kidney stones (renal lithiasis).
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Overactive Bladder

The act of urination is controlled by nerve impulses triggered by a full urinary bladder (temporary storage unit of urine). The nerves signal the muscles (urinary sphincter muscles) around the bladder to relax and contract, pushing urine to the outside.
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Trans perineal Prostate biopsy

The prostate gland is a male reproductive organ that helps in the production of semen. It is situated just under the bladder and in front of the anal passage (rectum).
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