Reconstructive urology is a highly specialized field of urology that restores both structure and function to the genitourinary tract.
Prostate procedures, full or partial hysterectomies, trauma obstructions, blockages (e.g., urethral strictures), and occasionally, childbirth, can necessitate require reconstructive surgery. The urinary bladder, ureters (the tubes that lead from the kidneys to the urinary bladder) and genitalia are other examples of reconstructive urology.
Urinary incontinence (SUI) and Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a global health concern for adult women and has been described as a “hidden gynaecological epidemic of significant public health importance”
Surgery to treat SUI and POP is common, given that the scope for non-surgical treatment is limited Around the Global women will undergo an inpatient surgical procedure for Sui and POP making it one of the most common indications for benign gynaecological surgery. Serious morbidity following surgery is uncommon with studies generally reporting low levels of post-operative complications in urogynaecology patients
Surgery treatment of genital prolapse with synthetic prostheses interposed by vaginal route is effective and characterized by low rate of late post-surgical complications. However, certain number of late post-surgical complications which require reoperation.
Reconstruction Urology deals with all the above