The department is equipped with all facilities and handled with care. All of our departments have well-integrated services.

The field of urology focuses on diseases of the urinary tract system and the male reproductive system. Infections of the urinary tract, kidney stones, bladder control problems, and prostate problems are some of the urologic diseases or conditions.

A dedicated Center for Urology at Choithram Memorial Hospital provides for comprehensive diagnostic and treatment options for benign and malignant urological conditions in both adults and children.

State-Of-The-Art Medical Technology And Skilled Personnel For Patient Welfare

Our trained professionals endeavour to provide services with dedication to patient welfare & healing.

There is also excellent interdepartmental cooperation between the departments of Anaesthesia, Pathology, Cardiology, Radiology, Immunology, and Interventional Radiology at the Urology Department.


Dedicated C Arm image intensifier along with modular Operation Theatres


With Choithram Memorial Hospital's highly qualified urologists, you can expect quality care as they diagnose and treat a range of urologic issues, such as:


A cystoscopy is a urology technique that allows a urologist to examine the bladder and urethral linings. The cystoscope is a long, tubular device with a light and camera at the tip. The method is widely used to diagnose and treat bladder problems. Additionally, it can be used to determine whether or not the prostate is enlarged.


It is a typical urological procedure performed on many men. Vasectomy is a surgical procedure that permanently controls male fertility.

Prostate Procedures

The diagnosis and treatment of prostate problems can be performed by urologists.

Vasectomy Reversal

If a man wants children again after undergoing a vasectomy, a vasectomy reversal can be performed. However, reversing a vasectomy does not guarantee that the man will be able to have children.

The following are symptoms of urological problems:

You should see an urologist if you experience any of the symptoms below.

  • The presence of blood in the urine, a condition also known as hematuria
  • An urgent need to urinate on a regular basis
  • During urination, there is a burning sensation or pain
  • Urination difficulties
  • You may experience pain in your lower back, pelvis, or sides
  • Urine leakage
  • Weak urine flow, dribbling

It's time to consult a urologist

Whether you have a mild urinary tract infection (UTI) or a severe illness like cancer, you can consult a urologist for help. If your symptoms persist for a long time or do not improve, your primary doctor will refer you to a senior urologist.