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(d) Renal/urological surgery
(1) Applicants who have undergone a major surgical operation on the urinary tract or
the urinary apparatus involving a total or partial excision or a diversion of any of its
organs should be assessed as unfit for a minimum period of 3 months or until such
time as the effects of the operation are no longer likely to cause incapacity in flight.
After other urological surgery, a fit assessment may be considered if the applicant is
completely asymptomatic and there is minimal risk of secondary complication or
(2) An applicant with compensated nephrectomy without hypertension or uraemia may
be considered for a fit assessment.
(3) Applicants who have undergone renal transplantation may be considered for a fit
assessment if it is fully compensated and tolerated with only minimal immunosuppressive therapy after at least 12 months. Applicants may be assessed as fit
with a multi-pilot limitation.
(4) Applicants who have undergone total cystectomy may be considered for a fit
assessment if there is satisfactory urinary function, no infection and no recurrence
of primary pathology. Applicants may be assessed as fit with a multi-pilot limitation.