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Frequently Asked Questions

Pyeloplasty is a surgical procedure to correct a blockage or narrowing of the renal pelvis, that is, the part of the kidney that collects urine before it is transported to the bladder through the ureter.

Pyeloplasty involves removing the narrowed or obstructed part of the pelvi-ureteric junction and reconstructing the urinary tract to restore normal urine flow.

The benefits of pyeloplasty include improved kidney function, relief of symptoms such as pain or recurrent urinary tract infections, and prevention of further complications associated with a blocked or narrowed renal pelvis.

Individuals with a diagnosed blockage or narrowing in the renal pelvis, confirmed through diagnostic tests like imaging studies (ultrasound, computed tomography) or renal dynamic scan, are potential candidates for pyeloplasty.

Preparation for pyeloplasty may involve undergoing certain medical tests and following specific preoperative instructions provided by the healthcare team.

During pyeloplasty, a surgeon makes an incision in the abdomen or uses minimally invasive techniques to access the kidney and reconstruct the renal pelvis.

Like any surgical procedure, pyeloplasty carries some risks, including bleeding, infection, adverse reactions to anaesthesia, injury to surrounding structures, and potential complications related to the reconstruction of the urinary tract.

Recovery after pyeloplasty varies depending on the individual and the surgical approach used. Generally, it involves a hospital stay, pain management, follow-up appointments, and gradually resuming normal activities over several weeks.

The results of pyeloplasty can vary, but most individuals experience improved urinary drainage and relief of symptoms soon after the procedure. Full recovery and optimal outcomes may take a few weeks to months.

Yes, pyeloplasty can be performed using minimally invasive techniques such as laparoscopy or robotic-assisted surgery. These approaches often result in smaller incisions, reduced pain, and faster recovery in comparison to open surgery.

Yes, pyeloplasty can be performed in pediatric patients who have congenital or acquired blockages or narrowing in the renal pelvis. The surgical technique may be modified to suit the child's anatomy and age.

In many cases, pyeloplasty provides long-term relief of symptoms and improves kidney function. However, individual outcomes vary depending on factors such as the severity of the blockage, underlying conditions, and overall health.
Pyeloplasty is the treatment of choice in most of the cases. However, in some cases, less invasive procedures such as endoscopic techniques or balloon dilation may be attempted before considering pyeloplasty. The choice of treatment depends on the individual's condition and the recommendations of the healthcare team.
Yes, pyeloplasty can be performed on individuals with a single functioning kidney as long as the blockage or narrowing is affecting that kidney. The surgical approach may be tailored to preserve the function of the remaining kidney.

In general, pyeloplasty is not recommended during pregnancy unless there is a compelling medical indication. The doctor will evaluate the risks to ensure that it is a safe procedure or may suggest delaying it.

Coverage for pyeloplasty varies depending on the insurance provider and the individual's policy.
Pyeloplasty may be considered for individuals with recurrent kidney stones if the blockage or narrowing of the renal pelvis is contributing to stone formation. The decision depends on the specific circumstances and the recommendations of the healthcare team.
Pyeloplasty itself is not associated with urinary incontinence. However, rare complications or underlying conditions may cause temporary or persistent urinary incontinence. The healthcare team will discuss potential risks and complications before the procedure.
Pyeloplasty can be performed in individuals with diabetes or other chronic conditions, provided their overall health is stable, and the benefits of the procedure outweigh the potential risks. Close coordination with the healthcare team is necessary to optimize outcomes.
Yes, pyeloplasty can be performed in individuals with a history of abdominal surgeries. The surgical approach may be adjusted to account for the previous surgical incisions and the specific anatomical considerations.
Pyeloplasty may be considered for individuals with a history of kidney infections if the blockage or narrowing of the renal pelvis contributes to the recurrent infections. The healthcare team will assess the individual's condition and make appropriate recommendations.
Pyeloplasty is typically not performed to treat urinary reflux (vesicoureteral reflux). However, if urinary reflux is associated with a blockage or narrowing in the renal pelvis, the surgical management may involve both repairing the reflux and correcting the underlying blockage.
Pyeloplasty may be considered in individuals with kidney trauma or injury if the blockage or narrowing of the renal pelvis is a consequence of the trauma. The decision will depend on the severity of the injury and the recommendations of the healthcare team.

Pyeloplasty can be performed in individuals with horseshoe kidney, a congenital condition where the lower ends of the two kidneys are fused. The surgical approach may be modified to accommodate the unique anatomy of the horseshoe kidney.

Yes, pyeloplasty is a common treatment for hydronephrosis, a condition characterized by the swelling of the kidney due to a blockage or narrowing of the renal pelvis. Pyeloplasty aims to relieve the obstruction and restore normal urine flow.

Pyeloplasty is not performed to treat renal artery stenosis, a condition characterized by the narrowing of the renal artery that supplies blood to the kidney. Renal artery stenosis requires a different approach, such as angioplasty or stenting, to restore blood flow.

Pyeloplasty is not typically performed in individuals with kidney failure. In such cases, the focus is on managing the underlying kidney disease and considering other treatment options, such as dialysis or kidney transplantation. But if kidney failure is because of blockage at the pelvi-ureteric junction, then definitely, pyeloplasty will help.

Review

Reviewed by Dr. Pragnesh Desai, Principal Consultant - Andrology & General Urology on 5-Sep-2023.