Kidney Stones

Stones in the urinary tract (Kidney, Ureter or Bladder) are quite common in Australia. It is thought that approximately 10% of the population will develop one at some stage.

At Macarthur Urology we offer a broad range of treatments for the management of kidney stones. Depending on the type of presentation and symptoms we will discuss the most suitable options for your situation.

These might include:

  • Observation / Pain relief / Trial of Passage of stone
  • Emergency Cystoscopy and Ureteric Stent
  • Emergency Ureteroscopy and Laser of Stone
  • Elective Ureteropyeloscopy and Laser of Stone
  • Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy
  • Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy

For further information on these procedures, please see our patient information page

 

ABOUT MACARTHUR UROLOGY

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Macarthur Urology has been providing outstanding quality Urological Care to the South West of Sydney, Bowral and Goulburn for over twenty years. We are active in clinical Urology but also in education, research and administration of the Public and Private Hospitals of our area. Our members attend Campbelltown Public and Private Hospitals, Liverpool Public and Sydney Southwest Private Hospital, Southern Highlands Private Hospital, Hurstville Private Hospital and the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse.

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Prostate Cancer

Latest technology and evidence to attain the best achievable outcomes for our patients.

Enlarged Prostate

In office objective assessment such as flow and urodynamic studies performed by experience.

Kidney Stones

Broad range of treatments for the management of kidney stones.

Robotic Surgery

Advanced, minimally invasive, alternative to more traditional open operations.

Sexual Dysfunction

Help you assess and manage the reasons for your sexual dysfunction.

Urethroplasty

The permanent treatment of urethral stricture disease.

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