What are inguinoscrotal procedures?
Inguinoscrotal procedures refers to any procedure relating to the groin and the scrotum. Mr Kaba performs a number of different inguinoscrotal procedures, including but not limited to; orchiectomy, orchidopexy, hydrocele repair, epididymal cyst excision and epididymectomy.
Am I a good candidate for inguinoscrotal procedures?
There are a number of conditions which could require you to need an inguinoscrotal procedure. Certain lumps or growths around the groin area, whether cancerous or benign, will often be treated by some form of inguinoscrotal procedure. Testicular cancer, hydrocele and epididymal cysts are some of the conditions which Mr Kaba will often treat, at least in part, with an inguinoscrotal procedure.
Often a physical examination is all that's required to diagnose an issue which is treatable by inguinoscrotal procedure. For cases in which a diagnosis can't be made via a physical examination, an imaging test - such as a CT scan, MRI scan, or ultrasound - may be ordered.
How do inguinoscrotal procedures work?
Recovery from inguinoscrotal procedures
It can take a few weeks to recover fully from an inguinoscrotal procedure as there may be some swelling and bruising. Strenuous activity is typically avoided for around four weeks but you should be able to return to work within a week.
State-of-the-art treatments and investigations
Mr Kaba performs a wide range of cutting-edge, advanced urology treatments. He is skilled in minimally invasive procedures, offering more options to patients in their treatment of urologic disease.