Nauro Kidney Speciality Clinic
Nidhi Aadhi Urology Kidney Speciality Clinic
“NAURO“, as the clinic is named after the two children of Dr. Sriram, is a fully dedicated Urology and Andrology center.
This committed center caters to the needs of those patients who need treatment for All varieties of kidney and urine related problems,
Male infertility related diseases and disorders,
Difficulty in having sexual intercourse and
Counseling for young males before and soon after marriage.Patients with Oligospermia, Astheno zoo spermia and Erectile and Ejaculatory dysfunctions are given a very good care and solution at NAURO.
NAURO CLINIC is an ONE STOP SOLUTION for those who suffer from Kidney or ureteric stones or those elderly males who suffer from prostate related disorders.
Nidhi Aadhi Urology Kidney Speciality Clinic :
NAURO CLINIC, as the clinic is named after the two children of Dr. Sriram, is a fully dedicated urology center, that caters to the needs of those patients who need neurosurgical care. Patients who suffer from Kidney or ureteric stones or those elderly males who suffer from prostate disorders get ONE STOP SOLUTION at NAURO CLINIC.
NAURO also caters to the needs of those infertile couples who have male factor related infertility. Oligospermia, Astheno zoo spermia and erectile and ejaculatory dysfunctions are given a very good care and solution at NAURO.
Vision Of Nauro
NAURO’s long-term vision is to make the kidney related and male infertility & Andrology (male sex) related treatment, reachable and affordable to all. This center offers a holistic approach to the above-said problems by offering advice, counseling and appropriate management solutions.
What is Urology?
Urology is a surgical specialty that deals with the treatment of conditions involving the male and female urinary tract and the male reproductive organs.
People specializing in the field of urology are called urologists, healthcare professionals who are trained to diagnose, detect and treat this group of disorders and diseases.
The disorders that may be treated by urologists include those involving the kidneys, the ureters (tubes connecting the kidneys to the bladder), the adrenal glands, the bladder and the urethra (the tube that passes urine out of the body from the bladder). In males, a urologist may also treat conditions of the testes, epididymis, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate, and penis. The field of urology involves the medical management of conditions such as urinary tract infection and prostate enlargement through the surgical management of conditions such as bladder cancer, prostate cancer, kidney stones and stress incontinence.
In the case of certain conditions such as cancer of the urinary tract, urologists may need to work in conjunction with oncologists or radiotherapists. They may also need to collaborate with nephrologists who deal with kidney conditions, gynecologists who deal with the female reproductive system and endocrinologists who are concerned with conditions of the endocrine system and hormone disorders. Urologists may also collaborate with practitioners of pediatric surgery and colorectal surgery.
Urologists undergo post-graduate training for five years, completing 12 months in general surgery and 36 months in clinical urology. The remaining time is spent training in general surgery, clinical urology or a discipline that is relevant to urology. There are several specialist areas that can be practiced after completion of a urology degree.