Dr. Santosh Agrawal - urologist | Bansal Hospital Bhopal

Dr. Santosh Agrawal

About Me:

Dr. Santosh Agrawal is a renowned practicing urologist in Bhopal. Currently working as a consultant surgeon (urology) at Bansal Hospital, Bhopal. Dr. Agrawal is the best in his field with over 16 years of relevant expertise, a focus on urology, and training in kidney transplant surgery. With this, he has an expertise in prostate cancer surgery, laser prostate surgery, and radical prostatectomies. After completing his MBBS degree at GS Medical College in Uttar Pradesh (U.P.), he attended the Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo-Surgeons(IAGES), New Delhi, to further his education in Familial Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (FALS). He also proudly represents the Indian Medical Association (IMA) and the Medical Council of India (MCI). Prior to working as a full-time consultant surgeon at BANSAL Hospital, he also served as a Urology Specialist at SAIMS and Aurobindo Medical College. Till date he has performed more than 150 Kidney Transplants. He is also the first Urology surgeon in MP to perform laparoscopic kidney removal for kidney transplant. With the assistance of the best urology specialists in Bhopal.


Year Degree Institute
2002 M.B.B.S. Seth G. S. medical college and KEM hospital, Mumbai, India
2005 MRCS Part I and Part II -
2006 M.S. (General Surgery) Maulana Azad Medical College and LNJP hospital, New Delhi, India
2009 M.Ch. (Urology) Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGI), Chandigarh, India
2014 Robotic surgery training Dr Khurshid Guru Roswell park Cancer Center, Buffalo, New York , USA

Specialization and Expertise

  • Urology
  • Urology and Kidney Transplant Surgery
  1. Passed MBBS from Seth GSMC, Mumbai, Maharashtra, in first attempt with 67.67% marks & obtained Honours in Anatomy, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, obstretics & Gynecology and Preventive & Social Medicine.
  2. May 2006 – Passed M.S. (General Surgery) from MAMC, New Delhi ( first attempt)
  3. All India 1st rank MCh entrance PGIMER, Chandigarh
  4. 2008 – First prize in Progress Session for post-graduates, NZ-USICON, Allahabad, India
  5. 2008 – Second prize in Urology Quiz in NZ-USICON, Allahabad, India
  1. Laparoscopic management of genitourinary hydatid cyst disease. Kumar S, Pandya S, Agrawal S, Lal A. J Endourol. 2008 Aug;22(8):1709 13
  2. A novel techniqueof laparoscopic intracarporeal tailoring of megaureter before reimplantation. Agarwal MM, Singh S K, Agrawal S, Mavuduru R, Mandal A Urology. 2010 Jan;75(1):96-9
  3. Intraprostatic Injection Of Botulinum Toxin A: A Promising Treatment For Patients With BPH. Agrawal S K, Agarwal M M, Singh S K. I JU 2009:25(3);421- 23
  4. Extensive balanitis xerotica obliterance with involvement of urethra and scrotum. Santosh kumar, Santosh K Agrawal, Mayank M Agarwal, Shravan K Singh, Naveen C Acharya, Arup K Mandal .IJU 2008:24(5):38
  5. Percutaneous nephrolithotomy in kidneys with anomalous location. Santosh K Agrawal, Santosh kumar, Naveen C Acharya Mayank M Agarwal, Shravan K Singh, Arup K Mandal .IJU 2008:24(5):24
  6. Management of the stricture of fossa navicularis and pendulous urethral strictures. Shrawan K. Singh, Santosh K. Agrawal, and Ravimohan S. Mavuduru. Indian J Urol. 2011 Jul-Sep; 27(3): 371–377.
  7. Ovarian calcification mimicking vesicle calculus. Agrawal P, Singh P, Agrawal SK, Natu N, Malukani K. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2013; 2: 2929-31.
  8. Surgicel granuloma: unusual cause of recurrent mass lesion after laparoscopic nephron-sparing surgery for renal cell carcinoma. Urology. Agarwal MM, Mandal AK, Agarwal S, Lal A, Prakash M, Mavuduru R, Singh SK. 2010 Aug;76(2):334-5
  9. Retroperitoneoscopic pyelolithotomy : a minimally invasive technique for management of large renal pelvic stone. Chipde SS, agrawal S. Int Braz J Urol. 2014;40 (Video #1):123-4
  10. Laparoscopic heminephrectomy in nonfunctioning right moiety of a horseshoe kidney: Technical challenges and method to deal with. Agrawal SK, Chipde SS, Agrawal P. JNSBM 2014;5:491-4.
  11. Bladder Neck Leiomyoma Presenting with Acute Retention of Urine in an Elderly Female. Agrawal SK, Agrawal P,1 Shweta Paliwal S’ Yadav C. J Midlife Health. 2014; 5(1): 45–8.
  12. Urinothorax: A path, less travelled: Case report and review of literature. Ranjan, Santosh Agrawal S, Chipde SS, Dosi R. JNSBM 2015;6:213-6.
  13. Basilic vein transposition: A viable alternative for multiple failed arteriovenous fistulas – A single center experience. Chipde SS, Agrawal S, Kalathia J, Mishra U, Agrawal R.Saudi J Kidney Dis Transpl. 2017 Mar-Apr;28(2):336-340.
  14. Middle calyx ureterocalicostomy in ectopic pelvic kidney with ureteropelvic junction obstruction: Only alternative for renal salvage. Kalathia J, Agrawal S, Chipde SS, Agrawal R Urol Ann. 2016 Apr-Jun;8(2):242-4.
  15. Renal stone in crossed fused renal ectopia and its laparoscopic management: Case report and review of literature.Agrawal S, Chipde SS, Kalathia J, Agrawal R.Urol Ann. 2016 Apr-Jun;8(2).
  16. Homocysteinemia: A rare cause of priapism. Kalathia J, Agrawal S, Chipde SS, Agrawal R. Urol Ann. 2016 Jan-Mar;8(1):118-21.
  17. Total endoscopic management of a large bladder leiomyoma. Kalathia J, Agrawal S, Chipde SS, Agrawal R. Urol Ann. 2015 Oct-Dec;7(4):527-9.
  18. Nephron-sparing surgery in case of emphysematous pyelonephritis. Kalathia J, Chipde SS, Agrawal S, Agrawal R. Urol Ann. 2015 Oct-Dec;7(4):504-6.
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