::Departments : Super Specialities : Urology
INSTITUTE OF UROLOGY
GOVERNMENT GENERAL HOSPITAL, CHENNAI-3.
History of the Department
·         In may 1965, Dr. Sarinder  Mansingh from All India Institute  of Medical Sciences inspected the Department for starting M.Ch., (Genito-Urinary Surgery) degree course.  The Department then was part of General Surgery Unit performing sufficient urological work .
·         In June1965, the commission has given a favorable report to start the department .
·         In July 1965 ,The  Department of Urology was inaugurated along with M.Ch., Course.  The first two candidates selected for the course where  Dr.C. Chinnaswami and Dr.K.Ravishankar M.Ch., (Genito-Urinary Surgery) course where sanctioned at CMC  Vellore.
·         In 1968 November, The Department became independent for Urological Services. Dr A. Venugopal was the first Professor and Head of Department of Urology and he was supported by One Assistant Professor, One Honorary Assistant Professor, two Senior PG’s and two Junior PG’s.
·         In 1969, Peritoneal dialysis services were  started and Dr.C. Chinnaswami was appointed as Reader in Urology.
·         In 1970 , Nephrology services were started with Haemodialysis facility and  Dr. V. Ravindranath was appointed as  Honorary Reader in Nephrology.
·         In 1971,the department was  equipped with Cold light Endoscopic instruments and  Dr.K. Ravishankar made  Honorary Reader in Urology.
·         In 1975  The  Urology Department, Madras Medical College hosted  Urology Society of India Conference at Madras.                    
·         In 1976 , Dr.C. Chinnaswami became Professor and Head of the Department of Urology and Dr.K. Ravishankar was made Honorary  Professor of Urology.
·         In 1981,the department was equipped with more Endoscopic equipments.
·         In 1983,Urodynamic Laboratory services was started with DISA – 4 channel  Equipment.
·         In 1985, the department hosted the Urology Society of India Conference at Ooty.
·         In 1986, the Renal Transplantation Services is started in the department.
·         In 1988 , Dr. A. Rajasekaran took over as Professor and Head of the Department of Urology. During his tenure the department acquired more instruments for Percutaneous renal surgery and Ureterorenoscopy.
·         In 1989, the department was equipped with ‘C’ arm equipment  with Image Intensifier . Exclusive 24 hour  cystoscopy services established.  Silver Jubilee Year   activities of the department commenced.
·         In 1993 , the department has conducted Urofest – ’93.
·         In 1994,  Prof.S. Varadarajan took over as Professor and HOD of Urology,  Madras Medical College.
·         In 1995, the department has conducted Urofest – ’95. Prof.C.L. Ashok Kumar took over as Professor and HOD of Urology, Madras Medical College.
·         In 1997 , the department has conducted Urofest – ’97. Prof.S. Varadarajan took over as Professor and   HOD of Urology, Madras Medical College.
·         In 2001, Prof.P.B. Sivaraman took over  as Professor and HOD of Urology, Madras Medical College.
·         In 2003 ,a new Urodynamic machine was  purchased under the Member of  Legislative Assembly fund and the department has conducted SZ - USICON  2003 Conference.
·         In 2005,Prof.A. Balakrishnan took over as Professor and Head of the Department of Urology.
·         In 2007, Prof.R. Jeyaraman took  over as Professor and Head of the Department of Urology.
·         In 2008, Urological Society of India Conference was hosted at Chennai.
·         In Jan 2008, ESWL machine was installed in Madras Medical College and Govt. General Hospital,Chennai-3.
·         In 2014, Prof.K.Thiyagarajan  took  over as Professor and Head of the Department of Urology.
·         In 2015 Golden Jubilee Celebration “MMC Urogold “ was conducted with a Live Operative Workshop in Lapraoscopic Urologic Procedures.  
·         Live Urethroplasty Workshop was conducted in June 2015
·         In Sep 2015, Prof.C.Ilamparuthi, took  over as Professor and Head of the Department of Urology.
·         In February 2016 the Department was upgraded as Institute of Urology  and Prof.C.Ilamparuthi, was Promoted as the first Director, Institute of Urology.
·         In April 2016 Live Mini Perc Workshop was conducted on the occasion of First Institute day.
·         In August 2016, workshop on Bipolar Transurethral Enucleation of Prostate was conducted.
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·         In Feb 2017, workshop on Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery was conducted in the department.
 
 
Patient care services
  1. 24 hr. Urological Services including Trauma Care.
  2. Endoscopy, diagnostic and Operative facilities
    • 24 hr. cystourethroscopy services and ureteral stenting - Usually done to identify problems in the urethra and bladder. Done under local anaesthesia for procedures like biopsy and stenting; preferably done under general/regional anaesthesia in select cases.
    • Complete range of diagnostic endoscopic equipments, including adult and paediatric (KARL STORZ).
    • Transurethral resectoscopes, conventional and Iglesias, adult and  paediatric.
    • Resectoscopes are used for trans urethral resection of prostate. It is the gold standard in the management of benign prostatic hyperplasia.
    • Visual Internal Urethrotome for stricture management - Stricture urethra usually presents as decreased urinary flow in reasonably young patients or may follow an injury to the urethra.
    • Cysto-lithotripsy instruments, stone punch, ultrasonic generator -  All kinds of bladder stones are managed by endoscopic procedures by use of stone punch or by lithotripsy except very large stones.
    • Under water cutting diathermy units
    • Endoscopic Urological operation table with automatic control and built in X-ray Unit.
    • Mobile ‘C’ arm available. -  It is the state of art technique available to screen stones and image the renal collecting system.
  3. Endourological facilities and Newer modalities of diagnosis and management of urinary calculi.
  4. Ureterorenoscopy – rigid and conventional, long and short Ureterorenoscopes with Grasping instruments of all types.
  5. Teaching facilities for endoscopic procedures using rigid, flexible and articulated attachments.
  6. Endovision Camera Monitor and VCR for teaching and recording.
  7. Dornier Lithotriptor (ESWL) available.
  8. ESWL is done for renal and upper ureteric calculi. This is one of the latest versions of lithitriptor available which breaks the stones effectively. Done to benefit the poor and needy. The procurement and use of this stone breakage system is a milestone in the treatment facility in general hospital
  9. PCNL (Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy) available. - This is a procedure done for large renal stones by which the kidney is directly punctured and stones removed. In conjunction with ESWL, this gives excellent results.
  10. Ultrasound of the KUB is done as a routine for both outpatient and inpatients.
  11. Full fledged Urodynamics Lab.
  12. Done for evaluation of lower urinary tract symptoms, which quantifies the dynamic changes in the bladder during the act of bladder filling and passing of urine
  13. Ultrasound
  14. Urodynamics
 
  1. Renal Transplantation
    • Full Fledged  Nephrological services and supportive facilities for Peritoneal and Haemodialysis. So far more than 800 transplants have been done till date. More than 30 cadaveric transplants have been done. With the new government policy on transplantation of human organs, the number of cadaveric transplants is likely to increase in our hospital.
  2. Andrological Services
  3. Evaluation of male Infertility and Sexual inadequacy, outpatient services.
  4. More than  400  surgeries performed
  5. Laparoscopic Surgeries done in our department
  6. Nephrectomy
  7. Pyeloplasty
  8. Pyelolithotomy
  9. Ureterolithotomy
  10. Donor Nephrectomy
  11. Orchidopexy
  12. Varicocelectomy
  13. Urological Surgeries are done using Laparoscope, which is a important Milestone in the field of Urology.
  14. Urological Laparoscopy
O.P. Days - Monday to Saturday  
Theatre Days - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
INSTITUTE OF UROLOGY
Total No. Teaching Beds - 101
Academic activities
Courses handled
P G course - M.Ch.(Urology)
Intake             
M.Ch.(Urology) -   8 students per year
Eligibility 
Master degree in General surgery from any Indian university  recognized by the Medical Council of India & and obtained permanent registration from any of the State Medical Councils.  
Course duration             
M.Ch.(Urology) - 3 years
Selection procedure
Selection of students for admission to M.Ch.(Urology) course is based on Common Entrance Examinations conducted by the Selection committee ,Directorate of Medical Education and Counselling.
 
Affiliated University
The Tamil Nadu DR.M.G.R Medical University, Chennai.
Academic Curriculum
It will cover wide spectrum of the diseases of Urogenital system and retroperitoneum. Apart from the clinical aspect of these subjects, candidate has to acquire in depth knowledge of the related subjects like Applied Anatomy, Embryology, Physiology, Bio-chemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology, Genetics and Immunology.
·         Anatomy and Embryology of Genito Urinary tract, adrenals and retroperitoneum.
·         Applied Physiology and bio-chemistry, Immunology, Microbiology  and genetics pertaining to Urology.
  • Investigative Urology and Genito Urinary radiology and imaging including nuclear medicine.
  • Male infertility, andrology, microsurgery and urological endo-crinology.
  • Sexual dysfunction - investigations and management.
  • Perioperative care, management of urological complications and care of the critically ill patients.
  • Urodynamics bladder and urethral dysfunction due to all pathologies.
  • Genito Urinary trauma.
  • Urolithasis - medical, bio-chemical and surgical aspects – open  Surgical and endourological procedures.
  • Uro - Oncology - Adult and Paediatric.
  • Reconstructive Urology.
  • Paediatric Urology - congenital malformations and acquired diseases.
  • Urinary tract infection.
  • Obstructive Uropathy.
  • Renal transplantation (including transplant immunology, medical and surgical aspects).
  • Renovascular hypertension.
  • Gynaecological Urology.
  • Operative Urology - Open and endoscopic and laparoscopic.
  •  Endourology - Establishment of Percutaneous nephrostomy (PCN), stenting both antegrade and retrograde, Ureterorenoscopy (URS), percutaneous nephrolithotripsy (PCNL), Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) and retrograde intrarenal surgery (RIRS)
  • Diathermy, lasers, fibre optics, instruments, catheters, endoscopy etc.,
  • Retroperitoneal diseases and management.
  • Medical aspects of the kidney diseases - Nephrology as applied to
  • Urology.
  • New modalities in management of urological diseases.
  • AIDS.
  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STD).
Continuing Medical Education Programmes and Conferences
 
  • USICON conference held at Chennai in 1975.
  • USICON conference hosted at Ooty in 1985.
  • First Endourology workshop held at Chennai 1988.
  • Annual USICON conference held at Kanyakumari held at 1991.
  • UROFEST -93 was conducted in 1993
  • UROFEST -95 was conducted in 1995
  • UROFEST -97 was conducted in 19967
  • SZ USICON conference conducted in1993
  • USICON conference 2008 hosted at Chennai in 2008.
  • SZ USICON conference conducted in 2011 at Mahabalipuram
  • LIVE WORKSHOP ON RIRS conducted in December 2014 at MMC, Chennai
  • LIVE WORKSHOP ON  LAPAROSCOPIC UROLOGY conducted in April  2015 at MMC, Chennai
  • LIVE WORKSHOP ON RECONSTRUCTIVE URETHRAL SURGERY conducted in June 2015 at MMC, Chennai
  • LIVE WORKSHOP ON MINI PERC conducted in April 2016 at MMC, Chennai
  • LIVE WORKSHOP ON TRANSURETHRAL ENUCLEATION OF PROSTATE conducted in August 2016 at MMC, Chennai
  • LIVE WORKSHOP ON RETROGRADE INTRARENAL SURGERY conducted in February 2017 at MMC, Chennai.
 
Prizes and Awards Recieved
  • TAPASUCON 2004 – First prize in Uro-Oncology – Dr.Vedhachalam
  • TAPASUCON 2006 – First prize in podium presentation – Dr.G.Vezhavendhan
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Theory Gold Medal 2006 – Dr.Ananthakrishnan.
  •  MUS (Madras Urological Society) Clinical Gold Medal 2006 – Dr.Saravanan.
  • Uroradiology Quiz 2nd prize National conference 2007 – Dr.Harry Santhaseelan.
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Theory Gold Medal 2008 - Dr.Harry Santhaseelan.
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Clinical Gold Medal 2009 – Dr.Praveen dass.
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Theory Gold Medal 2014 - Dr.Induja
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Clinical Gold Medal 2014 – Dr.Shivashankar
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Theory Gold Medal 2015 - Dr.P.Arunkumar
  • TAPASUCON 2015 – First prize in Uro-Radiology quiz – Dr.Karthik. R
  • TAPASUCON 2015 – First prize in Podium presentation – Dr.Karthik. R
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Theory Gold Medal 2016 - Dr. A. Bala Prasana
  • SZUSICON  2016– First prize in Urology quiz – Dr.Karthik. R
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Clinical Gold Medal 2017 – Dr. Karthik. R
Publications – Tamilnadu Med E-journal
·         Penile Rhinosporidosis -  a case report
·         Giant Primary retroperitoneal leiomyoma – a case report
·         A rare case of Bilateral Urinary Tuberculosis – a case report
·         Surgically correctable Hematospermia – a case report
·         Renal Schwannoma Masquerading   as malignancy
·         An unusual presentation of pelvi ureteric junction obstruction
·         A rare presentation of vesicocutaneous fistula
·         A case of near total penile transection and its outcomewith macroscopic reconstruction
·         A rare case of gangiloneuroma of the adrenal gland – a case report
·         A rare metastatic site of Renal Cell Carcinoma with a rare pathology
·         A rare case of sarcoma prostate
·         An interesting case of Renal Hydatid
·         Collecting Duct carcinoma – a rare case report
·         Ectopic ureter – an adult presentation
·         A rare presentation of unilateral renal agenesis as retroperitoneal cyst of metanephric origin -  a case report
·         A rare case of Juxta adrenal schwannoma -  a case report
 
LIST OF POST GRADUATES FROM INSTITUTE OF UROLOGY
 
S.NO YEAR NAME
1 1965-67 DR.C.CHINNASAMI
2   DR.K.RAVISHANKAR
3 1966-67 DR.D.JAGADISAN            
4 1966-68 DR.E.SANKARALINGAM
5 1967-69 DR.C.L.ASHOKKUMAR
6   DR.LAKSHMI SANKARAN
7 1968-70 DR.A.RAJASEKARAN
8   DR.D.CHENGALROY
9 1969-71 DR.K.MADHAV ADIGA
10   DR.NAZRULLA BASHA (US)
11 1970-72 DR.C.P.SUNDARAMOORTHY
12 1971-73 DR.S.M.JAYAKAR
13 1972-74 DR.H.SNEHEL PATEL
14   DR.S.SUBRAMANIAN
15 1973-75 DR.S.BALASUBRAMANIAN
16   DR.PURUSHOTHAMAN
17   DR.N.KRISHNAMOORTHY
18   DR.RAJENDRAN
19 1974-76 DR.S.DURAISAMY
20   DR.W.E.MOSES
21   DR.SATHYANARAYANA
22   DR.S.VARADARAJAN
23 1975-77 DR.SETHURAMAKRISHNAN
24   DR.P.B.SIVARAMAN
25   DR.R.N.SUJEER
26 1976-78 DR.K.S.ABDUL WAHAB
27   DR.D.SRIDHAR JAYABALAN
28 1977-79 DR.G.ATHMALINGAM
29   DR.T.V.SHANMUGAM
30 1977-79 DR.S.B.UMAPATHY
31 1978-80 DR.RATHINAJANARDHANAN
32   DR.R.JAYACHANDRAN
33   DR.T.MUNUSAMY
34   DR.N.SETHURAMAN
35 1979-81 DR.DILIP ADAPPA
36   DR.A.PONNUSAMY`
37   DR.V.RAVINDRANATH
38   DR.V.SANKARAN
39 1980-82 DR.V.DHANAPAL
40   DR.K.JAWAHAR
41   DR.(MAJOR)N.MADHAVAN
42 1981-83 DR.ARUMUGAM
43   DR.DHARMARAJAN
44   DR.P.PERIYASAMY
45   DR.P.THIRUMALAISAMY
46 1982-84 DR.ARUNACHALAM
47   DR.SARVOTHAMAN
48   DR.R.SURENDRAN
49   DR.AV.JAYAGOPAL
50   DR.D.THANIKACHALAM
51 1983-85 DR.P.AVUDIAPPAN
52   DR.T.SADAGOPPAN
53   DR.P.N.SHANMUGAM
54 1984-86 DR.R.JEYARAMAN
55   DR.V.KUPPUSAMY
56   DR.RAFIQ ANWAR
57   DR.R.SIVASHANKAR
58 1985-87 DR.N.M.BALAKRISHNAN
59   DR.D.CHANDRASEKARAN
 
60   DR.T.SITHAMBARAM
61   DR.N.VIJAYASANKARAN
62 1986-88 DR.L.DHINAKAR
63   DR.V.GAJENDRAN
64   DR.V.MEGANATHAN
65   DR.K.P.SAMPATH KUMAR
66 1987-89 DR.R.M.MEYYAPPAN
67   DR.S.R.NARAYANAN
68   DR.T.R.RAMAKRISHNA
69   DR.THANGAKUMAR
70 1988-90 DR.MURALI VENKATRAMAN
 
71   DR.M.RAVINARAYANAN
72   DR.V.SELVARAJ
 
73   DR.T.THANGARAJU
 
74 1989-91 DR.M.RAMALINGAM
 
75   DR.ASHOK THIAGARAJAN
 
76   DR.A.C.MANI
77   DR.RAJA THIAGARAJAN
78 1990-92 DR.K.THIAGARAJAN
79   DR.T.RAJARAMAN
 
80   DR.V.SUBRAMANIAN
81   DR.M.GUNASEKARAN
 
82   DR.KRISHNASAMY KANNAN
 
83 1991-93 DR.N.MUTHULATHA
84   DR.C.RAMASAMY   
 
85   DR.THIRUMALAIGANESAN
 
86   DR.M.ILANGOVAN
 
87 1992-94 DR.P.THIRAVIARAJ
 
88   DR.T.SELVARAJ
 
89   DR.N.RAJASEKARAN
 
90   DR.U.SIVAKUMAR
91 1993-95 DR.A.P.RAMMOHANRAO
 
92   DR.P.CHANDRASEKAR
93   DR.S.VASUDEVAN
 
94   DR.K.SENTHIL
 
95 1994-96 DR.S.GOVINDARAJU
 
96   DR.K.SARAVANAN
97   DR.R.JAY GANESH
 
98   DR.J.RAMAN
 
99 1995-97 DR.R.GOVINDARAJN
 
100   DR.A.R.BALAJI
 
101   DR.S.MANIMARAN
     
102 1996-98 DR.C.P.M.CHANDRASEKAR
 
103   DR.P.PRABHAKARAN
 
104   DR.JVS.PRAKASH
 
105   DR.N.SRITHAR
106 1997-99 DR.K.PITCHAI BALASHANMUGAM
 
107   DR.V.MUTHU
 
108   DR.G.SIVASHANKAR
 
109   DR.R.MANIKANDAN
 
110 1998-2000 DR.FRANK DAVIS DANIEL
 
111   DR.LARRY JACOB JAMES
112   DR.SURESH JARIWALLA
 
113   DR.T.SRIKALA
 
114 1999-2001 DR.P.KARTHIKEYAN
 
115   DR.SUBBUKANI
116   DR.G.SRINIVASAN
 
117   DR.C.ILAMPARUTHI
118 2000-2002 DR.ASHOK SAKTHIVEL
 
119   DR.A.SINGARAVELAN
120   DR.B.THIRUVASAGAMANI
 
121   DR.RAJAGOPAL
 
122 2001-2004 DR.N.MOHAN BABU
123   DR.R.RAJ KUMAR
 
124   DR.E.RAVINDRAN
 
125   DR.A.SENTHILVEL
 
126 2002-05 DR.S.MAHESWARAN
 
127   DR.Y.JOHN JEEVARAJ
 
128   DR.K.VETHACHALAM
 
129   DR.G.CHENGALVARAYAN
 
130 2003-06 DR.S.ANATHAKRISHNAN
 
131   DR.K.MEGANATHAN
 
132   DR.K.V.ARASI
133   DR.P.R.SARAVANAN
 
134 2004-2007 DR.K.MURALIDHARAN
 
135   DR.D.RAJA ILAVARASAN
 
136   DR.G.VEZHAVENTHAN
 
137   DR.B.JEYAMURUGAN
 
138 2005-08 DR.W.HARRY SANTHASEELAN
139   DR.S.SENTHILKUMAR
140   DR.N.NARAYANAMOORTHY
 
141   DR.G.VIVEKANANDAN
 
 
142 2006-09 DR.S.PRAVIN DASS
 
143   DR.S.MANGAIYARKARASI
144   DR.M.ANANDAN
 
145   DR.V.RAVI
 
146 2007-10 DR.T,GNANASEKARAN
 
147   DR.S.KABILAN
 
148   DR.T.CHANDRU
 
149   DR.R.BALASUBRAMANIAN
150 2008-11 DR.T.R.GURUNATH
 
151   DR.I.C.IYAL AMUTHAN
 
152   DR.P.V.SRINIVASAN
 
153   DR.S.SENTHILKUMAR
 
154 2009-12 DR.K.ARUNKUMAR
 
155   DR.M.GOPINATH
 
156   DR.S.GOWDHAMAN
 
157   DR.D.SENTHIL
 
158 2010-13 DR.S.AHMED MARZOOK
 
159   DR.P.ARUNKUMAR
 
160   DR.N.DHINAKAR BABU
 
161   DR.S.GANESH PRASTH
 
16   DR.K.HEMALATHA
 
162   DR.M.KANAGASABAPATHI
 
163   DR.N.SURESH KUMAR
 
 
164   DR.T.VASUDEVAN
 
165 2011-14 DR.K.ARUN PRASAD
 
166   DR.J.INDUJA
 
167   DR.D.MOHAN KUMAR
 
168   DR.J.MOIDEEN ABDUL KADHAR
 
169   DR.V.NATARAJAN
 
170   DR.S.NAVEEN
                                                                         
 
171   DR.J.RAMKUMAR
 
172   DR.D.SHIVASHANKAR
 
173 2012 - 15 DR.ANTAN URESH KUMAR
174   DR.K.ARIVAZHAGAN
175   DR.P.ARUN KUMAR
176   DR.A.DIVAKAR
177   DR.M.GRIFFIN
178   DR.P.PUGAZHENTHI
179   DR.M.SIVASHANKAR
180   DR.K.SUDHAKAR
181 2013 - 16 DR.ANANDHA KUMAR
    DR.BALAPRASANNA
    DR.BARANI
    DR.BASKARAN
    DR.RAJA
    DR.RAJU
    DR.SUREH BALAJI
    DR.SHANMUGA ARAVIND
182 2014 – 17 DR.DHANASEKAR
    DR.KARTHIK
    DR.RAMESH
    DR.PRADEEP KUMAR
    DR.PRABU
    DR.SASIKUMAR
    DR.SURESH
    DR.VIJAYASHANKAR
183 2015 – 18 DR.ANBALAGAN
    DR.KALIMUTHU
    DR.RUBAGANESH
    DR.SARAVANAN
    DR.SADAGOPAN
    DR.SOUNDARYA
    DR.VEERAPPAN
    DR.TAMILSELVAN
184 2016 – 19 DR.ARUL
    DR.AQUINAS
    DR.HEMNATH
    DR. MANIKANDAN
    DRKANAKA MEDALA SRIKANTH
    DR.SANTHOSH
    DR.SATHYA NARAYANAN
 
EQUIPMENTS
                             
S.No.          Equipments available      Quantity
1.  ‘C’ Arm Machine with complete  set 2 nos
2. Dornier Delta – II Extracorporeal Shock wave Lithotripsy  Machine with accessories 1 no
3. Urodynamic Machine with accessories 1 no
4. Uroflowmeter  system with complete set 2 nos
5. Ultrasound machine with all accessories 1 no
6. Single Chip Camera System – PAL  with lens 3 nos
7. Three Chip Camera System (Stryker) 2 nos
8. Underwater Cutting Diathermy  with Accessories 3 nos
9. Bipolar Gyrus diathermy for saline TURP with complete accessories 1 no
10. Fibre Optic Cable 10 nos
11. Halogen light source 6 nos
12. Xenon light source 3 nos
13. Flexible Fiber optic cystonephroscope 1 nos
14. Ureteroscope 6(Deg) 8 to 9.   4 Fr. 5 nos
15. 24Fr TURP resectoscope sheath obturator with working element 2 nos
16. 27Fr TURP set Obturator working element 2 nos
17. 17 Fr Cystoscopy sheath with obturator bridge 2 nos
18. 20 Fr Cystoscopy sheath with obturator  bridge 1 no
19. 23.5 Fr Cystoscopy sheath with obturator  bridge     1 no
20. Cystoscopy biopsy forceps 1 no
21. I.U. 21 Fr half man sheath with working element 2 nos
22. Mauer  & Mayer stone punch set 1no
23. Hopkins II 0 (Deg) 4mm Telescope 2nos
24. Hopkins II 30 (Deg) 4mm Telescope 5 nos
25. Hopkins II 70 (Deg) 4mm Telescope 1 no
26. Hopkins II 120 (Deg) Telescope 1 no
27. PCNL set with nephroscope 2 nos
28. Laparoscope complete set 1 no
29. Laparoscope complete set with telescope 10 mm 0 deg 1 no
30. Laparoscope telescope 10 mm 30 degree 1 no
31. Laparoscopic bipolar coagulation forceps 1 no
32. Clip  applicator 1 no
33. Visual internal urethrotomy complete set 1 no
34. Lithotrite 1 no
35. Pediatric Cystoscope set 1 no
36. Pediatric Resectoscope set 1 no
37. Pneumatic Intracorporeal lithotripter 2 nos
 
 
PAPER PRESENTED
SZUSICON 2009
PAPERS:
1.       Role of static mr urography in the evaluation of ureteral stones – our experience
2.       Efficacy of 3rd generation lithotriptor in urolithiasis: our institutional experience with 1000 cases
3.       Ultrasound estimated bladder weight a constant parameter in varying bladder volumes
4.       Point -counter point -conservative vs endoscopic management of gr 1- 2 vur
5.       Eswl and pneumatic lithotripsy in the management of impacted upper ureteric calculus – a comparative study
POSTERS:
1.       Migrated copper t with secondary vesical calculus
2.       Rare case of dermoid cyst in undescended testis

USICON 2009
PAPERS:
1.                 Role of non contrastct-kub in predicting stone fragility and eswl     success rate
2.                 Is power doppler imaging an addition to the radiological armamentarium in the detection of prostate cancer?
3.                 Assessment of mvi as a prognostic variable  in rcc – aprospective  observational study
4.                 Evaluation of sexual dysfunction inbph patients
 
POSTERS:
1.       A rare case of infertility with Impotence-Prolactinoma
 
SZUSICON – 2010
PAPERS
1.       Factors influencing the outcome of cadaveric renal transplantation-our institutional experience
2.       Nephron sparing surgery in various  benign and malignant  lesions:  institutional experience
3.       Testicular fnac and histopathologycorrelation of male infertility
POSTERS:
 
1.       Ambiguous Genitalia-Our Institutional Experience
 
 
USICON 2010
PAPERS:
1.       Can  dynamic  MRI  replace the  isotope  renogram   in  the  functional evaluation of PUJO
2.       Efficacy of alpha blockers in the medical expulsion therapy of lower  ureteric calculus
3.       Comparison of virtual cystoscopy and usg with conventional cystoscopy in patients with bladder tumor
4.       A rare and interesting case of androgen  insensitivity syndrome
 
POSTERS:
1.                 A rare case of isolated renal hydatid cyst
2.                 A rare case of adrenal schwannoma
3.                 An interesting case of complex genitourinary and rectovaginal fistula
4.                 Role of buccal mucosal graft in stricture urethra – our institutional experience
TAPASUCON 2010
PAPERS:
1.                 Ureteroscope as urethroscope  in urethral strictures
2.                 Urine cytology as a screening tool for detecting bladder invasion in non urothelial cancers
3.                 Effect  of  ureteric  stenting  on the incidence of steinstrasse  following  eswl  for renal calculi
4.                 Evaluation of factors  for the prediction of   prolonged stenting or drainage  after percutaneous  nephrolithotomy-institutional  experience
5.                 Presentations of complete ureteral duplication in adults – one year experience
6.                 Analysis of clinical profile and outcomes of 18 patients of emphysematous pyelonephritis
 
POSTERS:
1.                  A Case Of Tuberous Sclerosis With Bilateral Angiomylipoma Kidneys
USICON 2011
 
1.       Abo compatible but non identical  renaltransplantation – our experience
2.       Myriad presentations and histopathological findings in adrenal leisons
3.       Efficacy of eswl in the management of lower ureteric calculus
4.       Evaluation  and management of ureteric injuries –           institutional experience
5.       Bilateral cutaneous ureterostomy in complex pelvic injuries –our experience
6.       Magnetic resonance spectroscopy  of  prostate as non invasive  investigation to detect      carcinoma prostate among patients with   grey zone psa
 
TAPSUCON 2011
1.       Congenital renal a-v malformation-case report
2.       Stent position more important in preventing luts
3.       Retro caval ureter – a case series
4.       Urological complications following renal transplantation – single center study.
5.       Nephrocutaneous fistula- our institute experience
 
USICON 2012
1.       Evaluation of bacteriuria post eswl in erstwhile sterile urine
2.       Esr as prognostic indicator in metastatic rcc
3.       Post sub capsular nephrectomy nephrocutaneousfistula – a case report
4.       Rare presentation of vesical calculus
5.       Androgen insensitivity syndrome-isn’t it really sensitive?
6.       Prostatic cyst – our institutional review
 
 
SZUSICON 2012
 
1.                  Analysis of outcomes in semielective and emergency based interventions in management of calculous anuria
2.                  “prostate in black state”
3.                  Left varicocoelectomyvs bilateral varicocoelectomy in left clinical and right subclinical varicocoeles
4.                  Surgical outcome of rcc with vena cavalthrobosis- our institutional experience
5.                  Marginal donors in renal transplantation - single center study
6.                  Adrenal  incidentaloma  in a donor  in  live  renal  transplantation
7.                  Calcified bladder mass
8.                  Percutaneous nephrolithotomy in lower calyx stones
 
TAPASUCON 2012
1.                 Neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio –a  new diagnostic  tool  to  assess the  disease  burden  in  clear  cell  renal  cell carcinoma
2.                 Role of intravesicalbcg in preventing asymptomatic bacteriuria in tcc bladder
3.                 Prognostic value of lymph node dissections in bladder cancer treated with radical cystectomy- our institutional experience.
4.                 Bacteremia in complicated acute pyelonephritis – a  single center study.
5.                 A rare presentation of unilateral renal agenesis    
with retroperitoneal cyst
6.                 Comparison of perioperative outcomes in chinese minimally invasive percutaneous nephrolithotomyvs standard   percutaneous nephrolithotomy (pcnl) for renal calculi.
7.                 Role of intravesicalbcg in eradicating bacteriuria in bladder cancer patients: a prospective study
8.                  a rare presentation of vesical calculus-jackstone
9.                 Clinico pathological risk factor as prognostic marker in management of renal of cell carcinoma.
10.            Positive predictive factors for stone clearance in eswl.
11.            .lower pole midsize (1–2 cms) calyceal stones: outcome analysis of 46 cases
12.            Intravesical prostatic protrusion as a predictor of post op outcome in bph
13.            A rare case of neurofibroma –penis
14.            Xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis – our institutional experience.
15.            Comparative study of PCNL vs ESWL in paediatric patient with stone size 1-2 cm

 
USICON 2013
1.       Comparison  of  treatment  options  inemphysematous pyelonephritisour  institutional  review.
2.       An interesting case of retroperitoneal fibrosis in a young male.
3.       ABO minor mismatch transfusion our institutional experience
4.       Primary malignant fibrous histiocytoma of ureter – a case report
5.       Beware of rods – a case scenario.
6.       Impact of renal artery multiplicity on renal transplant graft outcome – single center study
7.       Comparison of perioperative outcomes in percutaneous nephrolithotomy with single and multiple accessesforstaghorn calculi 
8.       Bacteremia in complicated acute pyelonephritis – a  singlecenter study
9.       Percutaneous nephrolithotomy in patients with aspirated purulent urine during initial puncture - to continue or to delay PCNL?
10.     Paediatricurolithiasis management – our institutional experience
11.     Stone composition varies according to socioeconomic status
12.     Histopathological patterns of testicular biopsy in male infertility-institutional review
13.     Effect of obesity on stone free rate after single sitting ESWL.
14.     Bil.single session URS- our institutional experience
15.     Comparision of fluroscopic  and ultrasound guided access to PCNL
16.     Poster-a case of double moiety with ectopic ureter  
SZUSICON 2013
1.       Cytologic detection of urinary bladder involvement in  non-urothelial pelvic visceral malignancies.
2.       Uretero cutaneous fistula - a rare presentation of calculous disease.
3.       Rare type of RCC- collecting duct carcinoma.
4.       Randomised controlled study comparing the effect of tamsulosinvsalfuzosin for the lower ureteric calculi.
5.       Phosphaturia as a promising predictor for recurrant stone formation.
6.       Chronic periodontitis causes endothelial dysfunction – a new cause for erectile dysfunction.
7.       ESWL-does age matters .?
8.       Bewildering bladder tumour.
9.       An interesting case of renal hydatid
10.     Low dose asprinin  free interval
11.     Reduced bladder cancer recurrence rate with low dose aspirin after intravesical BCG
12.     A rare case of high grade renal injury in crossed fused ectopic kidney.
13.     Comparative study  of post transurethral resection of prostate  complications between patients  with and without acute urinary retention  - our institutional experience
14.     Ureteric injuries  management – our institute experience.
15.     Infectious complications after TRUS biopsy – our institute experience.
16.     Percutaniousnephrolithotomy in patient with elevated renal patameters-our institute experience
17.     Poster-hygromarenalis
 
TAPASUCON 2014
PAPERS:
1.       Histological surprise in adrenal tumours
2.       Testicular cancer in undesended testis – our experience
3.       Erectile function outcome after successful management of low flow priapism
4.       Testicular tumor in undescended testes
 
USICON  2015
PAPERS:
1.       Radio Graphic anatomy measurement methods in the success of ESWL for lower calyceal calculus.   
2.       Comparative efficacy of RIRS with ESWL for lower pole Renalcalyceal stone.
3.       Endo Urological management of Forgotten encrusted ureteral stent our experience.  
4.       Role of Bladder Biopsy and granuloma formation in assessing the efficacy of BCG for bladder TCC.
5.       Role of diffusion weighted MRI in Renal Cell carcinoma.
6.       Role of diffusion weighted MRI in Bladders carcinoma.
7.       Comparative study between the color Doppler enhanced targeted  Biopsyvs conventional Biopsy.
8.       Effects of testosterone in CA prostate.
9.       Comparison of AUA Vs UWIN scoring system in BPH.
10.     Role of C- Reactive protein in BPH.
11.     Comparative study between dorsal vs ventral buccal mucosal graft repair in stricture urethra.      
USICON  2016
 
PAPERS:
  1. A RARE CASE OF BENIGN RENAL SCHWANNOMA
 
USICON  2017
  1. ROLE OF PREOPERATIVE CRP ELEVATION AND THROMBOCYTOSIS AS A PROGNOSTIC FACTOR IN PATIENTS WITH NON METASTATIC RCC
  2. CORRELATION OF URINARY STONE COMPOSITION AND AGE A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF MORE THAN 1200 CASES N A SINGLE INSTITUTION
 
TAPASUCON 2016
  1. AN INTERESTING CASE OF RENAL DYSPLASIA
  2. EVALUATION OF FACTORS PREDICTING IMPROVEMENT IN SEMEN PARAMETERS AFTER VARICOCELECTOMY FOR MALE SUBFERTILITY
SZUSICON 2016
 
  1. PAPER SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF FLUOROSCOPIC GUIDED INSTILLATION OF POVIDONE IODINE IN TREATMENT OF  CHYLURIA
  2. A RARE PRESENTATION OF METASTATIC RCC CASE REPORT
  3. GIANT BILATERAL ADRENAL MYELOLIPOMA A RARE CASE REPORT
    JOURNAL SUBMISSION
  4. FORGOTTEN URETERAL STENTS IN A TERTIARY HOSPITAL AND THEIR ENDOUROLOGICAL MANAGEMENT, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CURRENT ADVANCED RESEARCH
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
LIST OF SEMINARS CONDUCTED
 
DATE TOPIC
Jan 2016 PROSTHETIC SURGERY FOR ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
  METABOLIC EVALUATION FOR UROLITHIASIS
  RIRS
Feb 2016 NEUROVASCULAR ANATOMY OF PROSTATE
  FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY OF URINARY BLADDER
  PHYSIOLOGY OF MICTURITION
  UNILATERAL VS BILATERAL URINARY OBSTRUCTION
March 2016 ENDOMETRIOSIS OF URINARY TRACT
  CHEMOTHERAPY FOR CRPC
  MANAGEMENT OF BONE METS IN CA PROSTATE
  SURGICAL PRINCIPLES OF PYELOPLASTY
  MINIMALLY INVASIVE APPROACH TO UPPER TRACT TCC
April 2016 ENDOSCOPIC THERAPY FOR VUR
  ANTENATAL DIAGNOSIS OF BOO
  EVALUATION OF AMBIGUOUS GENITALIA
  PREOPERATIVE PREPARATION FOR PHEOCHROMCYTOMA
May 2016 RADIOTHERAPY FOR CA PROSTATE
  OPEN PROSTATECTOMY – INDICATIONS, SURGICAL TECHNIQUES
  ECTOPIC URETER
  ACUTE PYELONEPHRITIS
June 2016 MALE URETHRAL CARCINOMA
  RENAL ARTERY ANEURYSM
  ABLATIVE THERAPY FOR RCC
  NEPHROGENIC SYSTEMIC FIBROSIS
July 2016 PHYSIOLOGIC ALTERATIONS DUE TO PNEUMOPERITONEUM
  HYPOTHALAMIC PITUITARY GONADAL AXIS
Sep 2016 ANATOMY OF SPERM
  SPERM FUNCTION ASSESSMENT
  TRUS FOR MALE INFERTILITY
  SURGERY FOR VARICOCELE
  RENAL ALLOGRAFT REJECTION
Oct 2016 PHYSIOLOGY OF ADRENAL GLANDS
  VIDEO-URODYNAMICS
  ADVERSE REACTIONS TO CONTRAST MEDIA
  URINALYSIS 
Nov 2016 HYPOGONADOTROPIC HYPOGONADISM
  ULTRASTRUCTURAL SPERM ANOMALIES
  SPERMATOGENESIS
  ORCHIDOPEXY IN ADULTS
  SPERM RETRIEVAL TECHNIQUES
  ELECTROEJACULATION
Dec 2016 TESTICULAR BIOPSY
  VASOGRAPHY
  ANATOMY OF PROSTATE WITH RELEVANT TO RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY & EMBRYOLOGY
MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF BPH
  ACUTE OF CHRONIC PROSTATITIS
PSA / FREE PSA / TOTAL PSA / PROSTATE DENSITY / VELUCITY
  PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF BPH
LASERS IN BPH
  MINIMAL INVASIVE MANAGEMENT OF BPH
OPEN PROSTECTOMY
  PHYTOTHERAPY IN BPH
ACTIVE SURVILLENCE IN CA PROSTATE

 
 
 
 

 
LIST OF JOURNAL TOPICS PRESENTED
 
DATE JOURNAL
14.08.10 1.CONTRAST ENHANCED USG – ROLE IN DIAGNOSIS OF CLEAR CELL RENAL CELL CARCINOMA
2. FLUORESCENT IN SITU HYBRIDISATION FOR UPPER TRACT UROTHELIAL TUMORS.
21.08.10 1.CHARLSON INDEX- WHETHER CAN BE USED TO AVOID SURGERIES IN PATIENTS WITH CO MORBID ILLNESSES
2.BACK STOP- A HYDROPHILIC POLYMER GEL USED AS A RETROPULSION DEVICE TO STOP STONE MIGRATION DURING URETERORENOSCOPY IN URETEIC CALCULUS PATIENTS
28.08.10 1.COMPARISION OF WHITE LIGHT CYSTOSCOPY AND NARROW BAND IMAGING CYSTOSCOPY TO DETECT BLADDER TUMOR RECCURENCE
2.C11-CHOLINE PET /CT TO RESTAGE PROSTATE CANCER CASES WITH BIOMEDICAL FAILURE AFTER RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY AND NO DISEASE EVIDENCE IN CONVENTIONAL IMAGING
18.09.10 PROSPECTIVE CLINICAL TRIAL OF PRE-OP SUNITINIB IN RCC
25.09.10 1.RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY IN DIAGNOSIS OF RENAL TUMORS
2.BUCCAL MUCOSAL GRAFT IN URETERIC STRICTURES
30.10.10 1.HYBRID RENAL TUMORS
2.TOTAL GLANS RESURFACING IN CA PENIS
04.12.10 ROLE OF PET SCAN IN PHAEOCHROMOCYTOMA
11.12.10 1.OCCULT LYMPH NODE TREATMENT IN HIGH GRADE  CARCINOMA OF PENIS
2.HIGH INTENSITY  FOCUSED ULTRASOUND TREATMENT FOR  SMALL RENAL TUMORS
08.01.11 USE OF SMALL INTESTINAL SUBMUCOSA TO COVER DEFECT IN PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY
29.01.11 PACLITAXEL AND HYALURONIC ACID INTRAVESICAL ADMINISTRATION IN THE TREATMENT OF BCG REFRACTORY CIS OF BLADDER
12.02.11 INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY IN DIAGNOSIS OF OVERACTIVE BLADDER
26.02.11 PREVENTION OF RECURRENT UTI BY INTRAVESICAL ADMINISTRATION OF HYALURONIC ACID AND CHONDROITIN SULFATE.A PLACEBO CONTROLLED RANDOMISED TRIAL
26.02.11 URINARY CATHETER BALLOONS SHOULD BE FILLED ONLY WITH WATER –TESTING THE MYTH
19.03.11 ROUTINE ADRENALECTOMY NOT REQUIRED IN UPPER POLE RENAL TUMOURS UNLESS THERE IS ANY RADIOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE
19.03.11 SILODOSIN THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF LUTS DUE TO BPH

 
09.04.11 1.UROLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF CHIKUNGUNYA
2.SEE ALL PUNCTURE NEEDLE FOR PCNL
23.04.11 1.PREDICTORS OF MALIGNANCY IN ADRENAL TUMOURS
2.BOTH DORSAL & VENTRAL BMG FOR BULBAR URETHRAL STRICTURES
07.05.11 1.MODIFIED SUPINE POSITION FOR PCNL
2.ACUPUNCTURE VS PAROXETINE IN PREMATURE EJACULATION
28.05.11 1.ROLE OF SUNITINIB AS UPFRONT THERAPY PRIOR TO CYTOREDUCTIVE NEPHRECTOMY IN METASTATIC RCC
2.BOARI FLAP AS CONTINENT URINARY DIVERSION
04.06.11 1.RELATIONSHIP OF PALLIATIVE TURP WITH DISEASE PROGRESSION IN CA PROSTATE
2.IMPORTANCE OF TARGETED CHEMOTHERAPY IN THE LEVEL OF IVC THROMBUS IN RCC
11.06.11 1.LINGUAL MUCOSAL GRAFT AS SUBSTITUTE FOR URETHRA IN FEMALE
2.SIGNIFICANCE OF T2 SUBCLASSIFICATION IN RCC
18.06.11 1.EFFECT OF PDE5 INHIBITORS IN OLIGOASTHENOSPERMIA
2.EFFECT OF ANTICHOLINERGICS, ALPHA-BLOCKERS AND STENT POSITION IN LUTS

 
25.06.11 1.EPPIN IN CA PROSTATE
2.SUBCLASSIFICATION OF IVC THROMBUS IN RCC
14.01.12 1.COMET ASSAY IN COUPLES WITH UNEXPLAINED INFERTILITY
2.ROLE OF PDE-5 INHIBITORS ON LEYDIG CELL FUNCTION
   21.01.12 1.SUTURE FIXATION OF TVT TAPE REDUCES MIGRATION AND TAPE FAILURE
2.POST OP NLR RATIO AS MARKER OF OUTCOME IN NON METASTATIC CLEAR CELL RCC
 
   04.02.12 1.EVAN’S BLUE A NOVEL MARKER FOR STAINING OF UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA IN VITRO
2.ERECTILE FUNCTION STATUS AFTER ENDO UROLOGICAL PROCEDURES
 
   03.03.12 1.RENAL FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME AFTER RADICAL NEPHRECTOMY IN LOCALISED RCC
2.ROBOTIC LYMPHADENECTOMY IN RADICAL CYSTECTOMY- A FEASIBILITY STUDY
 
   10.03.12 1. RENAL SCARRING AFTER PCNL TRACT DILATATION- SINGLE STEP VS SEQUENTIAL
2.DYNAMIC SENTINEL LYMPHNODE BIOPSY IN N0GROINS
 
   17.03.12 1.CONFOCAL LASER ENDOMICROSCOPY IN DIAGNOSIS OF CANCER BLADDER
2.TAC 1 POLYMORPHISMS IN RECURRENT STONE FORMERS
 
5.05.12 1. PROSTATE LIFT IN MANAGEMENT OF LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS DUE TO BPH
2. WHOLE BODY MRI WITH DIFFUSION WEIGHTED IMAGING; CAN IT REPLACE Tc99M BONE SCAN
 
19.05.12 1. CONTRAST ENHANCED ULTRASOUND IN CANCER PORSTATE
2. TRANSOBTURATOR SLING FOR POST PROSTATECTOMY INCINTINENCE
 
2.06.12 1. INCREASED RISK OF INFECTIOUS COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING TRUS-BIOPSY; ANTIMICROBIAL PROPHYLAXIS
2. COMBINATION OF CK-20 AND Ki-67 IHC PREDICTS RECURRENCE, PROGRESSION AND SURVIVAL IN PATIENTS WITH Pt1 UROTHELIAL BLADDER CANCER
 
9.06.12 1. SIZE OF DONOR KIDNEY PREDICTS OUTCOME FOLLOWING RENAL TRANSPLANTATION
2. PROXIMAL STONE BURDEN IN RETAINED STENT BY CT EVALUATION
 
23.06.12 1. TESTICULAR SPERM ASPIRATION VS BIOPSY – COMPARABLE SPERM RETRIVAL RATES
2. RECONSTRUCTION OF LONG ANTERIOR URETHRAL STRICTURES BY DORSAL QUILTED PENILE SKIN FLAP
 
07.07.12 1) ROBOTIC Vs LAPAROSCOPIC PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY
2) REDUCING UNNECESSARY PROSTATIC BIOPSY WITH INCREASED PSA WITH    RESPECT TO  PROSTATIC INFLAMMATION.
 
21.07.12 1) COLLAGEN INJECTION THERAPY IN PEYRONIE’S DISEASE
2) TISSUE ENGINEERING OF URETERS IN PORCINE MODEL
 
25.08.12 1.PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF THREE DIFFERENT METHODS OF CLOSURE FOLLOWING PCNL LIKE NO DRAIN, USING FLOSEAL AND PLACING STITCHES.
2. DIFFERENCES IN URINARY COMPOSITION ACCORDING TO BMI                        
 
08.09.12 1). BLADDER NECK RECONSTRUCTION FOLLOWING ROBOTIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY
2). IMPACT OF SERUM PSA DENSITY ON DETECTION OF EXTRACAPSULAR SPREAD AND POSITIVE SURGICAL MARGINS IN RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY
 
15.09.12 1). THE ROLE OF SERUM TESTOSTERONE FOR PREDICTING EXTRACAPSULAR INVASION AND BIOCHEMICAL RECURRENCE IN CARCINOMA PROSTATE
2). THE ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN GFR AS MEASURED BY COCKGRAFTGAULT FORMULA IN EARLY PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY PATIENTS
 
20.10.12 1.CATEGORISATION OF COMPLICATIONS AND VALIDATION OF CLAVIEN DINDO SCORE FOR PCNL.
2.ADDITION OF RADIOTHERAPY TO ANDROGEN DEPRIVATION THERAPY IN LOCALLY ADVANCED CARCINOMA PROSTATE, DOES IT IMPROVE OUTCOME.
 
27.10.12 1.INTRAVESICAL  MITOMYCIN C FOR LOWGRADE RECURRENT NON MUSCLE INVASIVE CARCINOMA BLADDER
2. CHINESE MINIMALLY INVASIVE PCNL FOR INTRARENAL STONES IN PATIENTS WITH SOLITARY KIDNEY.
 
10.11.12 1.CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME FOLLOWING NEPHRON SPARING SURGERY FOR RENAL CELL CARCINOMA IN SOLITARY KIDNEY.
2.WHEN TO PERFORM BONE SCAN IN NEWLY DIAGNOSED CARCINOMA PROSTATE PATIENTS. EXTERNAL VALIDATION OF NOVEL RISK STRATIFICATION TOOL.
 
17.11.12 1.STAGE, GRADE AND BEHAVIOUR OF BLADDER UROTHELIAL CANCER AND MICRO RNA EXPRESSION
2.SR.TESTOSTERONE AND DHT AND PROSTATE CANCER RISK IN THE PLACEBO ARM OF THE REDUCTION BY DUTASTERIDE ON PROSTATE CANCER EVENTS TRIAL
 
22.12.12 1.DIFFUSION WEIGHTED MRI IMAGE IN THE DETECTION OF THE UPPER URINARY TRACT TUMOURS
2.IS THERE A PSA UPPER LIMIT FOR RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY
 
16.02.13 1. TRANSGLUTEAL ESWL THROUGH OBTURATOR FORAMEN FOR LOWER URETERIC CALCULUS.
2. REAL TIME ELASTOSONOGRAPHY IN  ASSESSING CARCINOMA PROSTATE.
 
23.02.13 1.URODYNAMIC EVALUATION BEFORE SURGERY FOR STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE – OUTCOME AND SECONDARY ANALYSIS.
2. EFFECT OF BCG INFUSION THERAPY FOR PELVIC TRANSITIONAL CELL CARCINOMA
 
02.03.13 1. PRECYSTECTOMY MODEL PREDICTING THE OUTCOME OF NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY IN ORGAN CONFINED CARCINOMA BLADDER.
2. MANAGEMENT OF SMALL RENAL MASS BASED ON PREOPERATIVE BIOPSY REPORT WITH POSTOPERATIVE HISTOPATHOLOGY (HPE) REPORT.
 
30.03.13 1.ROLE OF “C – REACTIVE PROTEIN “ AS A PROGNOSTIC MARKER IN PATIENTS WITH CLEAR CELL RENAL CELL CARCINOMA.
2.ROLE OF E – CADHERIN AND N – CATENIN AS A   PROGNOSTIC MARKER IN PATIENTS WITH UPPER TRACT TRANSITIONAL CELL CARCINOMA.
 
6.04.2013 1.CRYOABLATION VERSES MINIMAL INVASIVE PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY FOR SMALL RENAL MASS IN SOLITARY KIDNEY. IMPACT OF APPROACH ON FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME.
2.THE MANAGEMENT OF RESIDUAL CURVATURE AFTER PENILE PROSTHESIS IN MEN WITH PEYRONIE’S DISEASE.
 
13.04.2013 1. ”ERASER” LASER ENUCLEATION OF PROSTATE – TECHNIQUE AND RESULTS.
2. SUPINE PCNL “IN VOGUE” BUT IN WHICH POSITION
 
20.04.2013 1. INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF UROLOGICAL PATHOLOGY MODIFICATION OF GLEASON SCORE OF PROSTATE CANCER AND ITS PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE
2. HIGH GRADE RENAL INJURY- PARKLAND HOSPITAL PREDICTIVE FACTORS FOR RENAL SALVAGABILITY.
 
27.04.2013 1.USE OF ENDOSCOPIC INJECTION OF POLYACRYLAMIDE HYDROGEL IN VUR. A NEW AGENT IN VUR.
2. USE OF NEPHROLITHOMETRIC NOMOGRAM TO ASSESS THE OUTCOME OF PCNL.
 
4.05.2013 1. “STAGING LYMPHADENECTOMY IN RENAL CARCINOMA MUST BE EXTENDED” – A SENSITIVE CURVE ANALYSIS.
2. LAPAROSCOPIC PYELOLITHOTOMY COMPARED WITH PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY IN SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF LARGE RENAL PELVIC CALCULUS – A META ANALYSIS.
 
11.05.2013 1. OUTCOME OF IPSILATERAL ADRENALECTOMY IN RADICAL NEPHRECTOMY.
2. EXTENDED PELVIC LYMPHADENECTOMY IN RADICAL
 
PROSTATECTOMY – LYMPHOCOELE FORMATION BETWEEN LAP/OPEN PROCEDURES
 
18.05.2013 1) PHASE I  PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF THE ONCOLOGICAL ADEQUACY OF ROBOTIC ASSISTED VIEOENDOSCOPIC LYMPHADENECTOMY IN PATIENTS WITH PENILE CARCINOMA
2) PREOPERATIVRE PREDICTION OF MALIGNANT INVOLVEMENT OF RESECTED URETER IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING RADICAL CYSTECTOMY IN BLADDER CANCER
 
25.05.2013 1) BIPOLAR PLASMA ENUCLEATION OF THE PROSTATE Vs OPEN PROSTATECTOMY IN LARGE BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA-A MEDIAN TERM, PROSPECTIVE RANDOMISED COMPARISON
2) PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, VEHICLE CONTROLLED, MULTICENTRE PHASE IIb CLINICAL TRIAL OF PORE FORMING PROTEIN PRX302 FOR TREATMENT OF SYMPTOMATIC BPH
 
01.06.2013 1) PERCUTANEOUS RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION Vs PERCUTANEOUS CRYOABLATION: LONG TERM OUTCOME FOLLOWING ABLATION FOR RENAL CELL CARCINOMA
2)  NERVE GROWTH FACTOR AND CHRONIC PROSTATITIS
 
22.06.2013 1) A CALCULATOR FOR PROSTATE CANCER RISK 4YRS AFTER AN INITIALLY NEGATIVE SCREEN FINDINGS-ESRPC, ROTTERDAM
2)  IMPACT OF LYMPHOVASCULAR INVASION ON ONCOLOGICAL OUTCOME IN PATIENT WITH UPPER TRACT TCC AFTER RADICAL NEPHROURETERECTOMY
 
29.06.13 ROBOTIC RADICAL CYSTECTOMY WITH INTRACORPOREAL NEOBLADDER: INITIAL EXPERIENCE AND OUTCOMES.  
10.07.13 RADICAL NEPHRECTOMY WITH AND WITHOUT LYMPH-NODE DISSECTION: FINAL RESULTS OF EUROPEAN ORGANIZATION FOR RESEARCH AND TREATMENT OF CANCER (EORTC) RANDOMIZED PHASE 3 TRIAL 30881.  
24.07.13 EXTENDED PELVIC LYMPHADENECTOMY IN RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY – LYMPHOCOELE FORMATION BETWEEN LAP/OPEN PROCEDURES  
04.08.13 NERVE GROWTH FACTOR AND CHRONIC PROSTATITIS  
10.08.13 HIGH GRADE RENAL INJURY- PARKLAND HOSPITAL PREDICTIVE FACTORS FOR RENAL SALVAGABILITY.  
20.08.13 SCORING ALGORITHM TO PREDICT SURVIVAL AFTER NEPHRECTOMY AND IMMUNOTHERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH METASTATIC RENAL CELL CARCINOMA: A STRATIFICATION TOOL FOR PROSPECTIVE CLINICAL TRIALS.  
24.08.13 DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY OF ULTRASOUND T-STAGING OF THE URINARY BLADDER CANCER IN COMPARISON WITH HISTOLOGY IN ELDERLY PATIENTS.  
31.08.13 HIGH-RISK PROSTATE CANCER AND RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY IN THE SETTING AND CONTEXT OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY CARE.  
07.09.13 PREOPERATIVRE PREDICTION OF MALIGNANT INVOLVEMENT OF RESECTED URETER IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING RADICAL CYSTECTOMY IN BLADDER CANCER  
14.09.13 ROBOTIC RADICAL CYSTECTOMY WITH INTRACORPOREAL NEOBLADDER: INITIAL EXPERIENCE AND OUTCOMES.  
21.09.13 PREOPERATIVE ANEMIA IS ASSOCIATED WITH ADVERSE OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA OF THE BLADDER FOLLOWING RADICAL CYSTECTOMY.  
28.09.13 ROBOTIC-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC DONOR NEPHRECTOMY: DECREASING LENGTH OF STAY  
12.10.13 PERIOPERATIVE THERAPY FOR MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER.  
26.10.13 GEMCITABINE AND CISPLATIN NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY FOR MUSCLE-INVASIVE UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA: PREDICTING RESPONSE AND ASSESSING OUTCOMES.  
02.11.13 MINIMALLY INVASIVE KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION: PERIOPERATIVE CONSIDERATIONS AND KEY 6-MONTH OUTCOMES  
09.11.13 ROBOTIC KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION WITH REGIONAL HYPOTHERMIA: EVOLUTION OF A NOVEL PROCEDURE UTILIZING THE IDEAL GUIDELINES (IDEAL PHASE 0 AND 1).  
16.11.13 EVALUATION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL PRINTING FOR LAPAROSCOPIC PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY OF RENAL TUMORS: A PRELIMINARY REPORT.  
23.11.13 EVALUATION OF LAPAROSCOPIC VS ROBOTIC PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY USING THE MARGIN, ISCHEMIA AND COMPLICATIONS SCORE SYSTEM: A RETROSPECTIVE SINGLE CENTER ANALYSIS.  
30.11.13 THE EARLY RECOVERY OF CONTINENCE AFTER RETROPUBIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY IS POSSIBLE: PRESERVATION OF THE SMOOTH MUSCULAR INTERNAL (VESCICAL) SPHINCTER AND OF THE PROXIMAL URETHRA.  
06.12.13 REDUCING UNNECESSARY PROSTATIC BIOPSY WITH INCREASED PSA WITH    RESPECT TO  PROSTATIC INFLAMMATION.  
11.01.14 PREOPERATIVE AND INTRAOPERATIVE RISK FACTORS FOR SIDE-SPECIFIC POSITIVE SURGICAL MARGINS IN LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY FOR PROSTATE CANCER.  
01.02.14 URINARY BIOMARKERS FOR THE DETECTION OF PROSTATE CANCER IN PATIENTS WITH HIGH-GRADE PROSTATIC INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA.  
15.02.14 COMPARISON OF DYNAMIC CONTRAST-ENHANCED AND DIFFUSION WEIGHTED MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE IN STAGING AND GRADING OF CARCINOMA BLADDER WITH HISTOPATHOLOGICAL CORRELATION.  
01.03.14 FACTORS EFFECTIVE ON SURVIVAL AFTER RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY: TO WHAT EXTENT IS PRE-OPERATIVE BIOPSY GLEASON SCORING IS CONFIDENT IN PREDICTING THE PROGNOSIS?  
15.03.14 LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF SALVAGE RADICAL CYSTECTOMY FOR RECURRENT UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA OF THE BLADDER FOLLOWING PARTIAL CYSTECTOMY.  
22.03.14 A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ROBOTIC VERSUS LAPAROSCOPIC RETROPERITONEAL LYMPH NODE DISSECTION FOR TESTICULAR CANCER.  
29.03.14 ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE IS SUPERIOR TO RADICAL NEPHRECTOMY AND EQUIVALENT TO PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY IN PRESERVING RENAL FUNCTION AMONG PATIENTS WITH SMALL RENAL MASSES; RESULTS FROM THE DISSRM REGISTRY.  
05.04.14 PSA DOUBLING TIME AS A PREDICTOR OF CLINICAL PROGRESSION AFTER BIOCHEMICAL FAILURE FOLLOWING RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY FOR PROSTATE CANCER.  
19.04.14 FREE-HAND TRANSPERINEAL TARGETED PROSTATE BIOPSY WITH REAL-TIME FUSION IMAGING OF MULTIPARAMETRIC MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING AND TRANSRECTAL ULTRASOUND: SINGLE-CENTER EXPERIENCE IN CHINA.  
26.04.14 DOES PREOPERATIVE MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING REDUCE THE RATE OF POSITIVE SURGICAL MARGINS AT RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY IN A RANDOMISED CLINICAL TRIAL?  
03.05.14 FEASIBILITY OF PHOTODYNAMIC DIAGNOSIS FOR CHALLENGING TUR- BT CASES INCLUDING MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER, BCG FAILURE OR 2ND-TUR.  
10.05.14 ENDOSCOPIC COMBINED INTRARENAL SURGERY FOR LARGE CALCULI: SIMULTANEOUS USE OF FLEXIBLE URETEROSCOPY AND MINI-PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY OVERCOMES THE DISADVANTAGEOUS OF PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY MONOTHERAPY.  
17.05.14 ENHANCED RECOVERY PROTOCOLS (ERP) IN ROBOTIC CYSTECTOMY SURGERY. REVIEW OF CURRENT STATUS AND TRENDS.  
24.05.14 SALVAGE RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY FOR RADIATION-RECURRENT PROSTATE CANCER: A MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL COLLABORATION.  
31.05.14 URINARY MODIFIED NUCLEOSIDES AS NOVEL BIOMARKERS FOR DIAGNOSIS AND PROGNOSTIC MONITORING OF UROTHELIAL BLADDER CANCER.  
07.06.14 MINI PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY IN THE TREATMENT OF RENAL AND UPPER URETERAL STONES: LESSONS LEARNED FROM A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE.  
21.06.14 ULTRA-MINI PCNL VERSUS FLEXIBLE URETEROSCOPY: A MATCHED ANALYSIS OF TREATMENT COSTS (ENDOSCOPES AND DISPOSABLES) IN PATIENTS WITH RENAL STONES 10-20 MM.  
05.07.14 CLINICAL EVALUATION OF A NOVEL METHOD FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF PROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN, ACCUPSA(TM) , AS A PREDICTOR OF 5-YEAR BIOCHEMICAL RECURRENCE-FREE SURVIVAL AFTER RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY: RESULTS OF A PILOT STUDY.  
19.07.14 TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION OF THE PROSTATE IN RECURRENT ACUTE BACTERIAL PROSTATITIS.  
02.08.14 THE 80-W KTP GREENLIGHT LASER VAPORIZATION OF THE PROSTATE VERSUS TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION OF THE PROSTATE (TURP): ADJUSTED ANALYSIS OF 5-YEAR RESULTS OF A PROSPECTIVE NON-RANDOMIZED BI-CENTER STUDY.  
06.09.14 EARLY RECOVERY OF URINARY CONTINENCE AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC VERSUS RETROPUBIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY: EVALUATION OF PREOPERATIVE ERECTILE FUNCTION AND NERVE-SPARING PROCEDURE AS PREDICTORS.  
13.09.14 BCG-REFRACTORY VS. BCG-RELAPSING NON-MUSCLE-INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT OUTCOMES STUDY.  
21.09.14 EXTENT OF LYMPH NODE DISSECTION AT NEPHRECTOMY AFFECTS CANCER-SPECIFIC SURVIVAL AND METASTATIC PROGRESSION IN SPECIFIC SUB-CATEGORIES OF PATIENTS WITH RENAL CELL CARCINOMA (RCC).  
04.10.14 IMMEDIATE VERSUS DEFERRED INITIATION OF ANDROGEN DEPRIVATION THERAPY IN PROSTATE CANCER PATIENTS WITH PSA-ONLY RELAPSE. AN OBSERVATIONAL FOLLOW-UP STUDY.  
11.10.14 EVALUATION OF CLINICAL EFFICACY, SAFETY AND PATIENT SATISFACTION RATE AFTER LOW-INTENSITY EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCKWAVE THERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF MALE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION: AN AUSTRALIAN FIRST OPEN-LABEL SINGLE-ARM PROSPECTIVE CLINICAL TRIAL.  
25.10.14 A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED STUDY OF PFANNENSTIEL VERSUS EXPANDED PORT SITE INCISION FOR INTACT SPECIMEN EXTRACTION IN LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL NEPHRECTOMY.  
01.11.14 MAINTENANCE THERAPY WITH 3-MONTHLY BACILLUS CALMETTE-GUÉRIN FOR 3 YEARS IS NOT SUPERIOR TO STANDARD INDUCTION THERAPY IN HIGH-RISK NON-MUSCLE-INVASIVE UROTHELIAL BLADDER CARCINOMA: FINAL RESULTS OF RANDOMISED CUETO STUDY 98013.  
15.11.14 RENAL NEPHROMETRY SCORE IS ASSOCIATED WITH OPERATIVE APPROACH FOR PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY AND URINE LEAK.  
29.11.14 URINARY CONTINENCE AFTER RADICAL RETROPUBIC PROSTATECTOMY. ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF CONTRIBUTING FACTORS: A UNIFIED CONCEPT.  
13.12.14 MRI-TARGETED BIOPSY IMPROVES SELECTION OF PATIENTS CONSIDERED FOR ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE FOR CLINICALLY LOW-RISK PROSTATE CANCER BASED ON SYSTEMATIC BIOPSIES.  
27.12.14 1. THE COLON SHUFFLE: A MODIFIED URINARY DIVERSION.
2. ONCOLOGIC EFFICACY OF RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION FOR SMALL RENAL MASSES: CLEAR CELL VERSUS PAPILLARY SUBTYPE.
 
03.01.15 Prognostic factors for conditional survival in patients with muscle-invasive urothelial carcinoma of the bladder treated with radical cystectomy.
Management of renal cell carcinoma presenting as inflammatory renal mass.
 
07.01.15 Is multichannel urodynamic assessment necessary before considering a surgical treatment of BPH? Pros and cons.
Prostate carcinoma with positive margins at radical prostatectomy: role of tumour zonal origin in biochemical recurrence
 
10.01.15 A Multi-Institutional Analysis of Outcomes in Patients with Clinically Node Positive Urothelial Bladder Cancer Treated with Induction Chemotherapy and Radical Cystectomy.  
14.01.15 Salvage brachytherapy in combination with interstitial hyperthermia for locally recurrent prostate carcinoma following external beam radiation therapy: a prospective phase II study.  
17.01.15 Role of Immunotherapy in Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer (CRPC)  
21.01.15 Impact of peri-operative blood transfusion on the outcomes of patients undergoing radical cystectomy for urothelial carcinoma of the bladder  
24.01.15 Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) of renal cell carcinoma (RCC): experience in 200 tumours  
28.01.15 Total urgency and frequency score as a measure of urgency and frequency in overactive bladder and storage lower urinary tract symptoms  
31.01.15 Implementation of the Exeter Enhanced Recovery Programme for patients undergoing radical cystectomy  
04.02.15 Prognostic value of preoperative multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for predicting biochemical recurrence after radical prostatectomy  
07.02.15 Destruction of the bladder by single dose Mitomycin C for low-stage transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) – avoidance, recognition, management and consent  
11.02.15 Oncologic outcomes in men with metastasis to the prostatic anterior fat pad lymph nodes: a multi-institution international study.
Early stent removal after pyeloplasty
 
14.02.15 Renal function evaluation in patients undergoing orthotopic bladder substitution: a systematic review of literature  
18.02.15 Small renal mass biopsy – how, what and when: report from an international consensus panel  
21.02.15 The association of preoperative serum albumin level and American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) score on early complications and survival of patients undergoing radical cystectomy for urothelial bladder cancer  
25.02.15 Predictors of survival in patients with disease recurrence after radical nephroureterectomy  
28.02.15 Bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) in men with castration-resistant prostate cancer  
04.03.15 Retroperitoneal Laparoscopic Management of Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction in Patients With Horseshoe Kidney  
07.03.15 Comparative Study of the Treatment of Renal Stones With Flexible Ureterorenoscopy in Normal Weight, Obese, and Morbidly Obese Patients  
11.03.15 Prediction of Single Procedure Success Rate Using S.T.O.N.E. Nephrolithometry Surgical Classification System With Strict Criteria for Surgical Outcome  
14.03.15 Urodynamic testing: physiological background, setting-up, calibration and artefacts  
18.03.15 Comparison of continence outcomes of early catheter removal on postoperative day 2 and 4 after laparoscopic radical prostatectomy: a randomized controlled trial.  
21.03.15 A randomised controlled trial comparing use of lignocaine periprostatic nerve block alone and combined with diclofenac suppository for patients undergoing transrectal ultrasound (TRUS)-guided prostate biopsy  
25.03.15 Nanotechnology applications in urology: a review  
28.03.15 The role of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in focal therapy for prostate cancer: recommendations from a consensus panel  
01.04.15 Are prophylactic antibiotics necessary in patients with preoperative sterile urine undergoing ureterorenoscopic lithotripsy?  
04.04.15 Durability of Memokath™ urethral stent for stabilisation of recurrent bulbar urethral strictures – medium-term results  
08.04.15 The impact of perioperative blood transfusion on survival after nephrectomy for non-metastatic renal cell carcinoma (RCC)  
11.04.15 Is intermittent androgen-deprivation therapy beneficial for patients with advanced prostate cancer?  
15.04.15 Transperitoneal versus extraperitoneal robot-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy: A prospective single surgeon randomized comparative study.  
18.04.15 Prognostic significance of venous tumour thrombus consistency in patients with renal cell carcinoma (RCC)  
22.04.15 Current methods of analgesia for transrectal ultrasonography (TRUS)-guided prostate biopsy – a systematic review  
25.04.15 Retzius-sparing robot-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy: combining the best of retropubic and perineal approaches  
29.04.15 Systematic review and meta-analysis of the clinical effectiveness of bipolar compared with monopolar transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)  
02.05.15 The management of secondary pelvi-ureteric junction obstruction – a comparison of pyeloplasty and endopyelotomy  
06.05.15 Outcomes of radical cystectomy with extended lymphadenectomy alone in patients with lymph node-positive bladder cancer who are unfit for or who decline adjuvant chemotherapy  
09.05.15 Improving risk stratification in patients with prostate cancer managed by active surveillance: nomogram predicting the risk of biopsy progression  
13.05.15 A new technique of bladder neck reconstruction during radical prostatectomy in patients with prostate cancer.  
16.05.15 Central obesity is predictive of persistent storage lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) after surgery for benign prostatic enlargement: results of a multicentre prospective study  
20.05.15 Initial management of prostate-specific antigen-detected, low-risk prostate cancer and the risk of death from prostate cancer  
23.05.15 Urinary diversion after radical cystectomy for bladder cancer: options, patient selection, and outcomes  
27.05.15 Incremental detection rate of prostate cancer by real-time elastography targeted biopsies in combination with a conventional 10-core biopsy in 1024 consecutive patients  
30.05.15 Evolution of shockwave lithotripsy (SWL) technique: a 25-year single centre experience of >5000 patients  
03.06.15 Have rates of erectile dysfunction improved within the past 17 years after radical prostatectomy? A systematic analysis of the control arms of prospective randomized trials on penile rehabilitation.  
06.06.15 Predicting postoperative complications of inguinal lymph node dissection for penile cancer in an international multicentre cohort  
10.06.15 Lymphatic drainage in renal cell carcinoma: back to the basics
Circumcision and prostate cancer: a population-based case-control study in Montréal, Canada
 
13.06.15 Metabolic syndrome and benign prostatic enlargement: a systematic review and meta-analysis  
17.06.15 Predictive factors for lymph node positivity in patients undergoing extended pelvic lymphadenectomy during robot assisted radical prostatectomy.  
20.06.15 Indications for intervention during active surveillance of prostate cancer: a comparison of the Johns Hopkins and Prostate Cancer Research International Active Surveillance (PRIAS) protocols  
24.06.15 Holmium laser enucleation (HoLEP) and photoselectivevaporisation of the prostate (PVP) for patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and chronic urinary retention  
27.06.15 Implementing newer agents for the management of castrate-resistant prostate cancer: what is known and what is needed?  
         
 
 
 
CLINICO PATHOLOGICAL MEET
 
 
January 2011 CASE DISCUSSION
1. PSEUDOTUMOR BLADDER      2.ADENOCARCINOMA IN URETEROSIGMOIDOSTOMY
January 2012 CASE DISCUSSION
1.  CALCINOSIS BLADDER
2. BILATERAL WILMS’ TUMOR
August 2012 “WHAT THE UROLOGIST EXPECTS FROM THE PATHOLOGIST” –PANEL DISCUSSION
GUEST  LECTURES
 
DATE                  TOPIC
27-08-11  Management of castration resistant Ca.prostate
 
15-10-11
 
Sorafanib for metastatic RCC
 
05-11-11
 
 Role of chemotherapy in metastatic RCC
 
20-10-12
 
Management of metastatic   Carcinoma bladder  -Updates
16-02-13  Management of metastatic Renal Cell  Carcinoma - Updates.
 
23-03-13  Current needs in management of advanced  prostate cancer
21-04-13 Update on access technique in difficult  percutaneous renal surgery
   
   
   
   
 
 
 
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMMES
AND CONFERENCES
 
  • USICON conference held at chennai in 1975.
  • USICON conference hosted at Ooty in 1985.
  • First Endourology workshop held at chennai 1988.
  • Annaul USICON conference held at Kanyakumari held at 1991.
  • UROFEST -93 was conducted in 1993
  • UROFEST -95 was conducted in 1995
  • UROFEST -97 was conducted in 19967
  • SZ USICON conference conducted in1993
  • USICON conference 2008 hosted at Chennai in 2008.
  • SZ USICON conference conducted in 2011 at Mahabalipuram
  • LIVE WORKSHOP ON RIRS conducted in December 2014 at MMC, Chennai
  • LIVE WORKSHOP ON  LAPAROSCOPIC UROLOGY conducted in April  2015 at MMC, Chennai
  • LIVE WORKSHOP ON RECONSTRUCTIVE URETHRAL SURGERY conducted in June 2015 at MMC, Chennai

 
PRIZES AND AWARDS RECIEVED
 
  • TAPASUCON 2004 – First prize in Uro-Oncology – Dr.Vedhachalam
  • TAPASUCON 2006 – First prize in podium presentation – Dr.G.Vezhavendhan
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Theory Gold Medal 2006 – Dr.Ananthakrishnan.
  •  MUS (Madras Urological Society) Clinical Gold Medal 2006 – Dr.Saravanan.
  • Uroradiology Quiz 2nd prize National conference 2007 – Dr.HarrySanthaseelan.
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Theory Gold Medal 2008 - Dr.HarrySanthaseelan.
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Clinical Gold Medal 2009 – Dr.Praveendass
  • MUS (Madras Urological Society) Clinical Gold Medal 2014 – Dr.Induja
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
OUT PATIENT STATISTICS FROM 01-01-2016 TO 31-12-2016
Month No of Cases
 
New
 
Revisit
 
Total
January 774 1461 2235
February 1030 1837 2867
March 1207 2051 3258
April 1260 1586 2846
May 1065 2045 3110
June 1279 1813 3092
 July 1096 1755 2851
August 1450 1975 3425
September 1257 2194 3451
October 1222 2040 3262
November 1219 2042 3261
December 1078 1900 2978
Total 13937 22699 36636
 
 
ADMISSION STATISTICS FROM 01-01-2016 TO 31-12-2016
Month No of Cases
January 258
February 211
March 257
April 220
May 218
June 225
July 258
August 158
September 268
October 256
November 269
December 287
Total 2885
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




DISCHARGE STATISTICS FROM 01-01-2016 TO 31-12-2016
Month No of Cases
January 178
February 205
March 286
April 261
May 286
June 342
July 290
August 272
September 314
October 295
November 285
December 280
Total 3294
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 








 
DEATH STATISTICS FROM 01-01-2016 TO 31-12-2016
                  Month No of deaths
January 0
February 0
March 1
April 2
May 2
June 2
July 2
August 0
September 1
October 1
November 1
December 3
Total 15
  
SURGERIES STATISTICS FROM 01-01-2016 TO 31-12-2016
Month No of Cases
 
Major
 
Minor
January 77 8
February 124 40
March 159 24
April 150 57
May 174 28
June 195 17
July 168 24
August 160 53
September 160 130
October 161 140
November 160 130
December 225 90
Total 1913 741
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 











UROFLOWMETRY STATISTICS FROM JANUARY 2016 TO DECEMBER 2016
Month Uroflowmetry
January 120
February 150
March 51
April 18
May 53
June 150
July 165
August 120
September 23
October 22
November 510
December 480
Total 1862
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 









ULTRASOUND STATISTICS FROM JANUARY 2016 TO DECEMBER 2016
Month No of Cases
January 700
February 569
March 871
April 951
May 965
June 821
July 811
August 725
September 824
October 589
November 548
December 587
Total 8961
 
ESWL STATISTICS FROM JANUARY 2016 TO DECEMBER 2016
Month Male Female Total No of Cases
January 42 27 69
February 53 32 85
March 64 38 102
April 65 28 93
May 63 39 102
June 81 45 126
July 58 43 101
August 60 30 90
September 66 32 98
October 69 32 101
November 66 32 98
December 52 30 82
Total 739 408 1147
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 









TRANSPLANT STATISTICS FROM JANUARY 2016 TO DECEMBER 2016
Month LIVE TRANSPLANT CADAVER TRANSPLANT
January 4 1
February 5 4
March 3 3
April 3 0
May 4 3
June 4 6
July 4 5
August 2 3
September 5 1
October 4 2
November 5 1
December 3 2
Total 46 31
 

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