Dr Sanjay Sinha is one of the best Urologists in Hyderabad with an experience of 15 years in Urology.
Apollo Health City Jubilee Hills, Apollo Hospitals Hyderguda
Dr Sanjay Sinha is the Honorary Professor at Apollo Hospital, Hyderguda and Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad. Dr Sanjay Sinha was the Chairman, IUGA Subcommittee for International Exchange Teaching Programs (2011- 2015). Dr Sanjay Sinha was the Member, Education Committee, International Urogynecology Association (2008-2016) Council Member, Urological Society of India, South Zone.
Dr Sanjay Sinha has the following Journal Publications 1. Sinha S. Dysfunctional Voiding: A Review of Terminology, Presentation, Evaluation and Management in Children and Adults. Indian J Urology 2011 (in press) Sinha S, Siriguri SR, Kanakmedala SK, Bikkasani K. Prostate biopsy findings in Indian men: a hospital-based study. Indian J Cancer. 2011; 48:175-80. Acute patchy cortical necrosis following renal transplantation in a case of sickle cell trait - an unusual cause of renal allograft dysfunction. Accepted for publication in the Indian Journal of Nephrology, 2011 Sinha S, Sreenivasa S Rao, Ramasubba Rayudu. CT seminal vesiculogram imaging in a patient with ejaculatory duct obstruction. Urol J 2010, 7: 9 Sinha S, Sreenivasa S Rao, Srinivas K, Singh MK, Sharma RM. Duloxetine for treatment of male sphincteric incontinence following partial conus medullaris infarction after coronary bypass surgery Cases Journal2009, 2:9094 Jha R, Sinha S, Kumar J, Bansal D, Gupta PC. Renal infarction in antiphospholipid syndrome. Indian J Nephrol. 2005; 15: 17-21. Sinha S. Bladder Outlet Obstruction in Women. Ind J Urol, 2004 Sinha S, Jha R, Lakhtakia S, Narayana G. Acute Pancreatitis following Kidney Transplantation- role of viral infections. Clin Transpl. 2003; 17: 32-36 Sinha S, Jha R, Narayana G, Bhaskar BV, Rayudu RS, Hemlatha K, Prasad KN, Khadeer K. Pulmonary Infections after Kidney Transplantation: Impact of prophylaxis. Transpl Proc. 2003; 35: 287-8 Jha R, Narayan G, Sinha S, Khadeer K, Prasad KN. Symptomatic herpes virus infections in post renal transplant patients. Transpl Proc 2003; 35: 284-5. Jha R, Narayana G, Jaleel M, Sinha S, Bhaskar BV, Kashyap G, Rayudu R, Prasad KN. Pulmonary infections after kidney transplantation. J Ass Physic India 1999: 47; 779-783. Rao KH, Jha R, Narayan G, Sinha S. Opportunistic infections following renal transplantation. Ind J Med Microbiol 2002:20; 47-49. Goel MC, Baserge NS, Ramesh Babu MV, Sinha S, Kapoor R. Pediatric kidney: functional outcome after extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy. J Urol 1996: 155; 2044-46. Sinha S, Babu MVR. Management of primary nonrefluxing upper urinary tract dilatation in children. Pediatr Surg Int 1995: 10; 285. Sinha S. Re: Pseudosarcomatous myofibroblastic proliferation of the bladder: Report of 2 cases and literature review (letter). J Urol 1995: 154; 537. Sinha S. Ureteral anastomosis with the unilink system (letter). Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995: 173; 674-5. Sinha S. Pediatric ureteropelvic junction obstruction treated by retrograde endopyelotomy (letter). Urology 1995: 45; 1087. Sinha S, Babu MVR. Treatment of childhood phimosis with topical steroids (letter) Austr N Zealand J Surg 1994: 64; 861. Sinha S, Babu MVR. Direct vision internal urethrotomy under topical anesthesia (letter). Urology 1994: 44; 625. Bhandari M, Sinha S. Percutaneous nephrostomy in malignant urinary tract obstruction (comment). Nat Med J Ind 1993: 6; 218. (Indexed Indian Journal) Sinha S, Gangopadhyaya AN, Harshwardhan, Gopal SC. Ileal atresia with intestinal duplication. Ind Pediatr 1992: 29; 1573-4. (Indexed Indian Journal) Sinha S, Sinha JK, Tripathi FM, Bhattacharya V. Chemical Burns- Our experience over eleven years. Annals Mediterr Burns Club 1990: 3; 203-5. Sinha S, Sinha R. Incontinence in the girl child- approach to diagnosis and treatment. J Obstet Gynaec India 1999: 49; 114-120. Babu MVR, Baserge N, Ahlawat R, Sinha S. Prognostic factors predicting outcome of poorly functioning kidneys with pelviureteric junction obstruction. Ind J Urol Sinha S. Prepubertal macoorchidism: an unusual cause of maldescent (comment). Ind J Urol 1994: 10; 93. Sinha S. Selective bladder preservation by combination treatment of invasive bladder carcinoma (comment). Ind J Urol 1994: 11; 46. Sinha S. Reuse of a transplanted kidney (comment). Ind J Urol 1994: 10; 92. Sinha S, Shukla VK, Tandon M, Roy SK. Colorectal carcinoma in patients under 30 years of age. Ind J Coloproctol 1991: 6; 7-10. Mishra MK, Sinha S. Etiopathogenesis of multiple system organ failure- current concepts. Quart J Surg Sci 1990: 26; 37-43. Dr Sanjay Sinha is a member of Urological Society of India, American Urological Association, International Continence Society, Indian Society of Organ Transplantation, Association of Southern Urologists, AP Society of Genitourinary Surgeons, Hyderabad Urology Society (Founding Treasurer). Dr Sanjay Sinha is an Editorial board member for the International Urogynecology Journal (2007-ongoing). Dr Sanjay Sinha is an Editorial board member for the Indian Journal of Urology.Dr Sanjay Sinha is the Chairman of the International Exchange Committee of IUGA 5. Member of the USI panel for “Guidelines for the Management of Bladder Tumors” 2008-09.
Dr Sanjay Sinha was the Convener of the first Urological Society of India National Guideline on Urinary Incontinence. Dr Sanjay Sinha delivered the Urology Association of Asia Lecture at Dhaka in February, 2018. Dr Sanjay Sinha has Eight Distinctions in MBBS- Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Preventive and Social Medicine, ENT and Surgery. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received Gold Medal in Biochemistry. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received BhagwandasWadhwa memorial Gold Medal in Preventive and Social Medicine. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received Silver Medal in Otorhinolaryngology. Anatomical Society of India award for highest marks in Anatomy. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received Award for Best Research in Anatomy on ‘Variations in the anatomy of the lumbar plexus’. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received University Medal in Pathology. Dr Sanjay Sinha Stood First at the all three Professional MBBS examinations. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received University Medal by Banaras Hindu University for standing First at Final MBBS, 1987. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received Association of Surgeons of India award for highest marks in Surgery. Dr Sanjay Sinha was given Pfizer Medallion and Scroll of Honor for distinguished performance at the Final MBBS. Dr Sanjay Sinha was awarded Best Student Award by IMS. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received Bard Scholarship in Urology awarded by the Urological Society of India in 1993. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received Best Paper Award,at the APSOGUS, 1999 for paper on stress incontinence. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received Medal for Point Counter Point Debate at the SZUSI, Chennai, 2003. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received BKP Best Paper Award at National Urological Society of India, Ahmedabad, 200 Dr Sanjay Sinha was the panel member at Urological Society of India Guidelines for the “Guidelines for the management of bladder tumors” 2008-2009. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received Dr G Hariprasada Memorial Oration, Tenali, 2013. Dr Sanjay Sinha was the best Best Reviewer Award by the Indian Journal of Urology in 2011. Dr Sanjay Sinha has secured First All India At The 12th Standard ISC Board Examination In 1983. Dr Sanjay Sinha has received National Talent NCERT Scholarship 1981
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A urologist is a physician who diagnoses and treats diseases of the urinary tract in both men and women.
Urologists diagnose and treat diseases of the urinary tract, the system that creates, stores, and removes urine from the body, in both men and women. Urologists also diagnose and treat anything involving the male reproductive tract. Some urologists treat general diseases of the urinary tract while others specialize in a particular type of urology. They gain additional skills in a specialty area by doing one to two year of additional training called fellowship. Depending on the specialty, they are categorized as:
Normally, you wouldn’t know you have a problem in your urinary tract unless you are tested. But there are some symptoms you should never overlook as they could indicate a urological problem.
It has been recommended that you should see a specialist if you:
For men, you should visit a urologist, if you have:
For women, you should visit a urologist to get treatment for:
A urologist can treat the following conditions:
The tests performed by urologists are:
During the first appointment, most of the urologist try to learn all they can about their patient's medical history and the symptoms they are experiencing.
Patients' are usually asked to provide a urine sample, to fill out questionnaires that help the experts assess the nature the symptoms, give information on the medical histories of the patient's family members and provide a list of all current medications.
Urologists also perform a physical exam. The exam concentrates on the genitourinary system which includes the kidneys, adrenal glands, urinary bladder, urethra, and reproductive organs. Depending on the patient's symptoms, additional tests may also be performed to help the urologist make their evaluation.
When it comes to the difference between nephrology and urology, the former deals with only kidneys while the latter provides treatment for several other organs related to the urinary tract in both men and women. These organs are kidneys, which filter blood, ureters, which are the tubes through which urine flows from the kidneys to the bladder, which is the hollow sac that collects urine, urethra, which is the tube through which urine travels from the bladder out of the body, and adrenal glands, which are the glands located on top of each kidney that release hormones.
Urologists also treat all organs of the male reproductive system which is made of a penis, the organ that releases urine and carries sperm out of the body, prostate, the gland underneath the bladder that adds fluid to sperm to produce semen, and testicles, two oval organs inside the scrotum that make the hormone testosterone and also produce sperm.
In some cases, urologists may perform surgery. Urologists may remove cancer or open up a blockage in the urinary tract, but usually, they work along with other surgeons.