Kidney / Ureter

Renal carcinoma:

Total kidney resection

  • Open nephrectomy
  • Laparoscopic nephrectomy
  • Immunotherapy

Tissue sparing operation

  • Open partial nephrectomy
  • Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy for small superficial tumors


  • Stone disintegration (extracorporal shockwave lithotrypsy, ESWL) for almost all cases (3 different stone disintegrating machines available)
  • Minimally invasive endoscopic stone removal (uretherorenoscopy)
  • Minimally invasive kidney stone disintegration (percutaneous litholapaxy)
  • Medical treatment

Ureteral Tumors:

Superficial tumors:

  • Transrenal immunotherapy (BCG)
  • In special cases minimally invasive endoscopic laser removal (ureterorenoscopy)

Aggressive (invasive) tumors:

  • Ureter resection, reimplantation in the bladder
  • Ileal ureter substitute after complete ureter resection

Ureteropelvic disorders:

  • Minimally invasive antegrade percutaneous endopyelotomy
  • Minimally invasive retrograde laser-endopyelotomy
  • Laparoscopic renal pelvic ureteroplastic
  • Open renal pelvic ureteroplastic

Renal Pelvis Tumors:

  • Open ureter and partial bladder resection
  • Laparascopic ureter resection and open partial bladder resection