Andreas Gross

Andreas Gross

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Biography

Prof. Andreas Gross is a Chief Physician of the Urology Department in Barmbek Asklepios Hospital. He is a TOP German urologist specialized in treatment of prostate cancer, bladder cancer, renal cancer, testicular cancer, benign enlargement of the prostate, urinary calculi, etc. The Doctor was recognized as one of the leading specialists of Germany in the field of urology and nephrology by authoritative medical site leadingmedicineguide.

Prof. Andreas Gross together with his team provides an effective therapy for all kinds of urological diseases in men, women and children applying minimally invasive operations and complex surgical intervention at the highest level. Among them are HIFU (high intensity focused ultrasound), TUR (transurethral resection), laparoscopic partial resection of kidney (only tumor is removed and renal function is maintained), ESWL (extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy) for gentle crushing of urinary calculi, etc.

The main principle of Prof. Andreas Gross and his team is: "not every patient has to undergo surgery". That is why specialists of the Urology Department focus on an effective therapies and prefer conducting organ-preserving operations.

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