Dr. Pritesh Shrimali: A Leading Andrologist

Dr. Pritesh Shrimali graduated from Devi Ahilya University in Indore with a medical degree. He went on to pursue his post-graduate study in General Surgery at MGM Indore, earning a Master of Surgery (MS). He earned his DNB in Urology at the esteemed P.D. Mumbai’s Hinduja National Hospital and Research Center He had the opportunity of learning from India’s pioneers in the area of urology (Dr. M H Kamat, Dr. S Sagade, and Dr. V Srinivas). With Dr. Hemant Pathak, he worked as a urologist in the Topiwala National Medical College and BYL Nair Medical Center in Mumbai. As an Associate Consultant Urologist, he has also worked at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital. He worked at R G Stone Urology & Laparoscopy Health Center for three years as a Senior Consultant Urologist. As Chief Consultant at Umrao Hospital, he had the honor of overseeing the Urology Department. Following his return, he became a Consultant Urologist at Bombay Hospital Indore. He belongs to the Urology Society of India, the American Urology Association, and the European Urology Association. His primary areas of expertise are stone and prostate issues. Pediatric Urology, Endourology & Laparoscopy, Reconstructive Urology (Urethral Stricture Surgeries), UroOncology, Renal Transplant, Male Infertility & Sexual Dysfunction, and Female Urology are some of his main interests and talents. He’s also attended several national and international gatherings.

Clinical experience

  • 4th Year Senior Registrar post at LTMGH Sion Hospital in General Surgery Department (Aug 2004 – Feb 2005)
  • Registrar in Uro surgery Dept at P.D.Hinduja Hospital Mumbai (Feb 2006 – Feb 2010)
  • Senior Registrar at Nair Hospital and medical college Mumbai in Uro surgery Department (Feb 2010 – Aug 2010)
  • Clinical associate in urology Department at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital (Jaunary 2011 – June 2011)
  • Consultant urologist at R.G stone Hospital & Umrao Hospital Mumbai, Individually performing all major urology procedures (June 2011 – December 2013)
  • Presently working as consultant urologist at Bombay Hospital Indore from January 2014

Surgeries Performed

A) Endourology:

  • Cystoscopy
  • DJ stenting
  • PCNL
  • cystolithotrity
  • Intravesical Botox

B) General Urology Open:

  • Pyelolithotomy
  • Nephrolithotomy
  • Ureterolithotomy
  • Ureteroureterostomy
  • Pyeloplasty
  • Simple nephrectomy
  • Ureteric reimplantation
  • Cystolithotomy
  • Freyer’s proastatectomy
  • Urethroplasty

C) Uro-oncology:Radical nephrectomyPartial nephrectomyRadical cystectomy with ileal conduitDistal ureterectomy with reimplantationPartial cystectomyBilateral orchidectomyPartial amputation penisTotal amputation penisInguinal block dissection

D) Pediatric Urology:

  • Y-V Prepucioplasty
  • Congenital Hernia Repair
  • Orchiopexy
  • Ureteric Reimplantataion

E) Female Urology and Incontinence:Bursch colposuspensionIntraurethral bulking agents

Some of his Publications

1. “ Transrectal Ultrasound- Guided prostatic Biopsy: Midazolam, the Ideal Analgesic’- Pritesh Shrimali and V Srinivas. Published in Urologia Internationalis vol. 83 2009

2. ‘‘Management of post radical prostatectomy recto urethral fistula – A minimally invasive technique’ – Pritesh Shrimali, Bhandari Y, Khandkar A, Chaudhary A, and V Srinivas. Accepted for publications in Urologia Internationalis
Research Project:

‘Mainz II Pouch- Urinary Diversion -An Indian Perspective’

Some of his areas of ExpertisePROSTATE ENLARGEMENT

An enlarged prostate is a condition in which the prostate gland has increased in size. Prostate enlargement affects virtually every man as he ages. As the gland develops, it might push on the urethra, causing urine and bladder issues including constant dribbling. Benign prostatic hyperplasia is the medical term for an enlarged prostate (BPH).STONES

A kidney stone is a solid piece of material that develops in the kidney when minerals in the urine become very concentrated. Small stones usually move through the body without causing pain, but bigger stones can be extremely uncomfortable and can cause the urinary system to become blocked. Adults are more likely to get kidney stones, but children of any age can develop them as well. Many doctors say they’ve seen an increase in the number of youngsters with the disease in recent years, probably due to changes in lifestyle and nutrition.INFECTION OF THE URINARY TRACT (UTI)

The urinary tract is made up of the kidneys, ureters (which link the kidneys to the bladder), bladder, and urethra. Infections of the urinary tract (UTIs) can develop in any area of the body. Bacteria are the most common cause of urinary tract infections. Fungi and viruses can also cause them.MALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION

Sexual dysfunction is a condition that occurs at any step of the sexual response cycle and hinders a person or couple from getting pleasure from sexual engagement. There are four stages to the sexual response cycle: excitation, plateau, climax, and resolution.UROLOGY CANCERS

Several types of cancers fall under the category of urology cancers, including Kidney Cancer: Kidney cancer causes tumor growth in the kidney and is treated with radical surgeries Prostate Cancer: This is one of the most common malignancies in older men and can be effectively treated with surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy Bladder Cancer: It commonly presents with blood in the urine and is treated with surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy It is frequently linked to smoking and exposure to chemicals found in paints, leather, and rubber, as well as the presence of stones in the bladder. Testicular Cancer: This is one of the most common malignancies in young men, manifesting as a lump in the testis and treated with surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy.

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