Radiation therapy can be used alone or in conjunction with other treatments like surgery or chemotherapy. It is usually given over a few weeks in several daily sessions. The precise treatment plan, including the dosage and number of treatments, is meticulously customized for each unique patient based on the cancer's kind, stage, and location and the patient's general health and medical history.

Radiation therapy side effects might vary based on the cancer's location and the patient's general health, but they can include exhaustion, skin rashes, bladder rashes, and impotence. Radiation therapy occasionally has long-term adverse effects, such as altered sexual function or issues controlling the bladder.

The urologists at our hospital will work closely with each patient to develop the optimal treatment strategy and manage any side effects that may arise. Radiation therapy is generally a very effective treatment option for many patients with urooncological malignancies.


I can tell you that as a urologist who practices in our hospitals, chemotherapy is a treatment option for some patients with urologic cancers such as bladder, prostate, and testicular cancer. Chemotherapy uses medications to eliminate cancer cells that divide quickly. It is typically administered as a systemic treatment, which means that cancer cells all over the body are reached by it as it circulates through the circulation.

Chemotherapy can be used on its own or in conjunction with other therapies like radiation therapy or surgery. Although they can also be taken orally, the medications are administered intravenously. The type of cancer, its stage, and the patient's general condition will all influence the medicines used and the treatment program.

Dizziness, nausea, hair loss, exhaustion, and an elevated risk of infection are possible side effects of chemotherapy. These side effects can be controlled with medicine and other treatments but are typically transient.

Overall, chemotherapy can be a successful method of treating urologic malignancies and can help increase the likelihood of long-term survival and cure. Before beginning treatment, it's crucial to thoroughly evaluate and discuss chemotherapy's potential advantages and disadvantages with your doctor.

2-Minimally Invasive Procedures

I want to get into further detail about minimally invasive procedures. These are cutting-edge surgical procedures that cause the least amount of tissue damage possible while yet gaining access to the problematic area. Minimizing postoperative pain, scarring, and recovery time are all objectives of minimally invasive procedures. They also aim to decrease patient discomfort.

Endoscopic, laparoscopic, and robotic surgery are a few minimally invasive treatments frequently used in urology. Compared to open operations, these techniques have many advantages, including a smaller incision, less discomfort, fewer scars, and a quicker return to normal activities. Because of these benefits, many urologic disorders are being treated with minimally invasive techniques.

I urge you to speak with your healthcare physician about the minimally invasive treatment options available to you if you have been diagnosed with a urologic illness.

3-Radical Surgery

People with bladder, kidney, prostate, or testicular cancer in advanced stages are frequently advised to have this kind of surgery. To lower the danger of recurrence, the complete malignant tissue and some nearby healthy tissue will be removed during this procedure.

Radical surgery for urologic malignancies can be performed laparoscopically with tiny incisions and specialized devices or through an open incision. The type of surgery required will depend on the patient's general health, the location and extent of the malignancy, and other factors. Radical nephrectomy, radical cystectomy, radical prostatectomy, and radical orchiectomy are a few of the most often performed radical procedures in neurooncology.
I want to draw attention to the cutting-edge care we offer patients with urologic conditions in our hospitals. As a urologist, I would like to focus on conditions related to neurooncology, the study and treatment of tumors and cancers of the urinary tract and male reproductive system.

The quality of life for patients with urologic cancers, such as prostate, bladder, kidney, and testicular cancer, can be significantly impacted.

A variety of treatments are available from our team of specialists, including:


Medications are crucial in the management of several urological disorders. They are frequently employed to calm symptoms, lessen inflammation, and stop the spread of the illness.

Medication can assist in expanding the bladder's capacity and lessen contractions for conditions like bladder control issues. Drugs that are frequently used to assist in relaxing the bladder muscles and enhancing urine flow include alpha-blockers and antimuscarinics.

Hormone therapy for prostate issues may be advised to shrink the prostate and relieve urine symptoms.

Medication for kidney stones can ease pain and prevent the growth of new rocks. Alpha-blockers and painkillers like ibuprofen and acetaminophen can help reduce the discomfort caused by rocks.

Chemotherapy and targeted therapy are often used treatments for urologic malignancies to help reduce the tumor and stop its spread.

It is important to remember that the drugs utilized will change depending on the patient and the underlying illness being treated. The ideal course of treatment, including drugs, will be suggested by a urologist for each patient.

5-Radiation Therapy

For many cancers, including those that impact the urinary system, such as bladder, prostate, or kidney cancer, radiation therapy is a frequent therapeutic choice. High-energy radiation beams are used in this technique to either destroy cancer cells or inhibit their growth. Radiation therapy can be administered externally via a machine or internally from radioactive substances implanted near the cancer cells in the body (brachytherapy).

Even though aggressive surgery is frequently successful in treating urologic malignancies, it can also have serious adverse effects, such as discomfort, bleeding, infection, and a protracted recovery period. As with any surgery, there is a chance of complications such as blood clots, issues with wound healing, and bad anesthetic reactions. In addition, depending on the precise treatment done, some patients may experience alterations in their ability to urinate or have sex after radical surgery.

Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of radical surgery in neurooncology and determining the best course of action for your particular case requires a thorough discussion with your urologist. Our staff of skilled urologists at our hospitals is committed to offering top-notch care and support throughout treatment.

Each patient receives a unique treatment plan from our team of highly skilled urologists and oncologists, which considers the patient's overall condition and the stage and kind of cancer. We are dedicated to assisting our patients in achieving the finest results possible by utilizing the most recent technologies and therapies. Call us at +90 850 4601010 or email us at [email protected] to make an appointment.

Created at 11.10.2023 06:19
Updated at 21.05.2024 09:39
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