Kidney Diseases

The purpose of the urinary system is to filter blood and produce urine as a waste by-product. The kidneys, renal pelvis, ureters, bladder, and urethra are all organs of the urinary system. The urinary system’s functions include waste elimination, blood volume and blood pressure regulation, electrolyte and metabolite control, and blood pH regulation. Urology and Nephrology are two subspecialties that deal with the disorders of the urinary system.

Urologists specialize in difficulties involving the bladder, penis, testicles, urinary tract, and male reproductive system, whereas nephrologists focus on disorders involving the kidneys. Because nephrologists and urologists both treat kidney-related illnesses, it’s easy to mix up a nephrologist’s and a urologist’s services. These medical specializations sometimes overlap, and you may need to see both for the same problem.

Medica Superspecialty Hospital, Kolkata is one of the finest centers in the entire region and houses some of the best urologists and nephrologists of Kolkata. We offer advanced care and treatment in all types of urological and nephrological disorders, all clubbed under one super speciality, Kidney Diseases. Kidney disease affects a large number of people in our country. But it is detected only when you go for urine / blood checkup or Sonography of the abdomen. A large number of patients with kidney disease are asymptomatic. Our doctors have experience in treating common urological and nephrological ailments such as incontinence, kidney stones, nephritis, impotence, prostate disorders, kidney failure, etc. With our state-of-the-art medical infrastructure and staff, we are driven to enable a complete solution to all our patients.

What are the Causes of Kidney Disorders?

  • Long standing diabetes
  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure
  • Chronic glomerulonephritis
  • Nephrotic syndrome
  • Nephritic syndrome
  • Collagen vascular disease/ Autoimmune disorders
  • Chronic infection of kidney, pyelonephritis
  • Poly cystic kidney disease
  • Frequent stone formation in urinary tract
  • Enlarged prostate gland
  • Excessive use of medicines over the years (mainly pain killers)
Kidney Diseases: Condition & Treatments

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment (Impotence)

The inability to obtain and maintain a hard adequate erection for intercourse is referred to as erectile dysfunction (impotence). Having erection issues now and then isn’t usually a cause for alarm.

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Kidney Stone Treatment

Kidney stones are mineral and acid salt deposits that clump together in concentrated urine. They can cause discomfort when moving through the urinary tract, but they rarely cause long-term damage.

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Kidney Transplant

A kidney transplant, also known as a renal transplant, is when a patient with end-stage kidney disease receives an organ transplant of a kidney. Depending on the source of the donor organ, kidney transplantation is usually

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Nephritis Treatment

A disorder in which the kidney tissues become inflamed and have difficulty filtering waste from the bloodstream. Infection, inflammatory illnesses (such as lupus), some hereditary problems, and other diseases or conditions can all cause

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Polycystic Kidney Disease

Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is a genetic illness in which cyst clusters form mostly in the kidneys, causing them to expand and lose function over time. Cysts are noncancerous fluid-filled circular sacs.

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Prostate Disease

Prostate inflammation (prostatitis), non-cancerous growth of the prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH), and prostate cancer are the three most frequent types of prostate illness.

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Renal Failure

Kidney failure (also known as renal failure) occurs when one or both kidneys are no longer able to operate properly on their own. Kidney failure can be transient and strike suddenly. Other times, it is a long-term ailment that worsens slowly

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Urinary Dysfunction (Incontinence)

Bladder control loss that ranges from a small amount of urine lost after sneezing, coughing, or laughing to full inability to control urination. Problems with the muscles and nerves that assist the bladder hold or pass…

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Urinary Tract Infection

Infections of the urinary system are more prevalent in women. Infections of the bladder or urethra are the most common, although more serious infections affect the kidney.

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The ‘Essential Fatty Acids’

Kidneys are small but perform the very important function of our body’s filters. These two bean-shaped organs act as sophisticated waste removal system and help to clean our blood, filter extra water out of our blood, and help to control blood pressure.


The ‘Beans’ that cleanse you

Kidneys are small but perform the very important function of our body’s filters. These two bean-shaped organs act as sophisticated waste removal system and help to clean our blood, filter extra water out of our blood, and help to control blood pressure.



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