Bengaluru Urology Associates
"Make a habit of two things: to help,
or at least to do no harm."
Dr. V. Sreedhar Reddy is a renowned urologist in Bengaluru. He is currently designated as senior consultant urologist & kidney transplant surgeon at the Hippocrates Kidney & Prostate Center and Professor of urology at the Rajarajeswari Medical College Hospital, Bengaluru. He has held both these positions since 2012. In addition, since 2012, he has been serving as senior consultant urologist & kidney transplant surgeon at Apollo Hospitals, Bengaluru. Prior to his current posts, he was professor at Kasturba Medical College in Manipal for few years.
Dr. V. Sreedhar Reddy takes his responsibilities very seriously and aims to provide state of the art care for preventions, diagnosis and treatment with a personal touch. He is well known for his experience and expertise in laser prostate surgery and minimally invasive surgery for kidney stone. He is also known for his expertise in the treatment of urinary problems in women and children. His special area of interest is urological cancers like kidney cancer, bladder cancer, prostate cancer and genital cancers and he has done tremendous work in this field.
- MS (General Surgery): Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore
- MCh (Urology): Kasturba Medical College, Manipal
- DNB(Urology): National Board of Examinations, Ministry of Health, Government of India
- MNAMS(Urology): National Academy of Medical Sciences (India)
- FRTS: Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow
- FIMS: International Medical Sciences Academy, New Delhi.
- Fellowship in Kidney Transplant Surgery:
- Travelling Fellowship for Best Urology Resident in Karnataka.
- Travelling Fellowship for Best Young Urologist in South India.
- Assistant Professor at Kasturba Medical College, Manipal. 2001-04.
- Associate Professor at Kasturba Medical College, Manipal. 2004-09.
- Professor at Kasturba Medical College, Manipal. 2009-11.
- Professor and HOD at Rajarajeswari Medical College, Bangalore. 2012 - till date.
- Member, Urological Society of India (USI).
- Member, Karnataka Urology Association.
- Member, Association of Southern Urologists.
- Member, Bangalore Urological Society.
- Can suppressive antibiotics be avoided in the postnatal management of antenatal detected obstructive hydronephrosis? Indian Journal 2007; 23: 337-338
- GIST as A Rare Cause of LUTS. The Internet Journal of Surgery. 2007. Volume 9 Number 1.
- Emphysematous pyelonephritis with calculus: Management strategies. Indian Journal 2007; 23: 250-252
- Adrenal oncocytoma masquerading as a functional tumour. Indian Journal 2007; 23:77-78
- Traumatic Epididymal Hematoma Producing Testicular Torsion. The Internet Journal of Urology. 2007. Volume 4 Number 2
- Squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity with metastasis to the urinary bladder. Indian Journal 2006; 22:372-373
- Cytomegalovirus ureteritis- an unreported cause of hematuria in immunocompetent individual. J Microbial Immune Infect. 2007Oct; 40(5):450-1
- Relevance of inflammatory pseudo tumor associated with bladder tumor. Indian Journal 2007;23:486-7
- Skeletal Metastasis as Primary Presentation of Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Renal Pelvis. Indian Journal 2002; 18: 186-187
- Risk factors for persistent stress urinary incontinence after mid-urethral procedures. Indian Journal 2008;24:130-1
- Can micturatingcystourethrograms be avoided in follow-up of antenatal diagnosed hydronephrosis? Indian Journal 2008;24:132-3
- Botulinum toxin in high-risk BPH patients in retention. Indian Journal 2008;24:276
- Combined dorsal plus ventral double buccal mucosa graft in bulbar urethral reconstruction. Indian Journal 2008;24:271
- Posterior urethral valve associated with orthotopicureterocele. Indian Journal 2008;24:569-570
- Duplicated rectum as interlabial mass. Journal. 2010 (6) 89-90.
- Bilateral synchronous adrenal metastasis from renal cell carcinoma. Sri Lanka Journal of Urology. 2007, 8, 29-30.
- An unusual case of vesical calculus with IUCD as nidus. J. Evolution Med. Dent. Sci. 2014; Vol 3, Issue 40, September 01; Page: 10224- 10228.
- A prospective study camparing stenting versus non-stensing after uncomplicated ureteroscopy for ureteric stones. J. Evolution Med. Dent. Sci. 2016; 5(61):4291-4294.
- A prospective study camparing tamsulosin and silodosin in medical expulsive therapy for lower ureteric stones. J. Evolution Med. Dent. Sci. 2016; 5(59):4108-4111.