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About Dr . Vinish Kumar Singh

M.B.B.S. , M.S. , FIAGES , M.ch. , Urology KGMU , INU , Banglore
Fellowship in Gastrointestinal Endo Surgery , New Delhi
Fellowship in Andrology , USA
Ex. Senior Consultant , Era Medical College , LKO
Senior Consultant , T.S. Mishra Medical College , LKO

Dr. Vinish Kumar Singh is a Consultant Urologist, Andrologist and Kidney Transplant Surgeon. Dr. Vinish Kumar Singh is a Urologist practicing in Lucknow, specialized in Endourology, Laparoscopic Urology, Reconstructive Urology and Andrology. He is currently attached to TS Mishra Hospital, Lucknow.

Dr. Vinish is a young, dynamic and leading Urologist and Renal Transplant Surgeon in Lucknow. Dr. Vinish obtained his MBBS degree from the prestigious King George Medical University, Lucknow(U.P.), in the year 2007. He did his MS (General Surgery) at Govt. Medical College, Amritsar(Punjab), in the year 2012. Thereafter he obtained the MCh (Urology) degree from Institute Of Nephro-Urology, Bangalore in 2017.


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A urinary tract infection or UTI is a bacterial infection that occurs when bacteria invade the urinary tract system; the bacteria multiply throughout the urinary track system. While the majority of urinary tract infections or UTIs are not serious,

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Renal Transplant

Renal transplant is a surgical procedure, where in a donor kidney from Live related donor or a cadaver donor is surgically transplanted in to a patient of permanent renal failure or End stage renal stage disease.

Who would be needing a renal transplant?

The renal transplant would be an option if both the kidneys have totally stopped working. The condition is known as the end-stage renal disease (or ESRD).

Who would be donating the kidney?

Living donors - The body is capable of functioning just perfectly with just one healthy kidney. So the family member with two healthy kidneys might choose to donate one of them