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  • renal
  • As the incidence of renal cell carcinoma (RCC) and earlier incidental detection of small kidney masses has steadily risen over the past twenty years, minimally-invasive management of these lesions has become more common. (sages.org)
  • stones
  • Doylestown Health urologists offer the most advanced medical and surgical treatment options available, from common treatments for kidney stones and urinary tract infections to complex treatments for prostate cancer and other urologic cancers. (doylestownhealth.org)
  • Treating the stones with SWL in kidneys with anatomical abnormalities is inappropriate because if the stones do fragment with SWL, they will continue to reside in the kidney because of its abnormal drainage. (ucdenver.edu)
  • If essential, kidney stones will also removed simultaneously. (laparoscopicsolutions.in)
  • incision
  • The surgeon places his/her hand through the incision to assist in removal of the kidney. (uwhealth.org)
  • The surgeon makes a flank incision approximately 15-20cm (6-8 inches) long allowing enough room to remove the disease from a kidney. (innerwesturology.com.au)
  • The kidneys are located in the retroperitoneum deep to the colon and other peritoneal organs that may require a larger incision for proper access. (medscape.com)
  • surgeon
  • Your surgeon may use Firefly ® fluorescence imaging, which offers visualization beyond the human eye by activating injected dye to light up and clearly show the kidney structures and blood vessels. (txurologist.com)
  • The Advanced Robotic Technology solution returns control to the surgeon thanks to intraoperative robotic-assisted ultrasound. (healthimaging.com)
  • The robot arms move only when your surgeon moves, and they precisely replicate the movements of the surgeon's own hands. (bartonhealth.org)
  • Whereas modern laparoscopic systems give only a two-dimensional vision, robotic systems give the surgeon a three-dimensional field of vision and depth, provide arms that, unlike the human hand, never tire and permit an unprecedented continuityin operations. (medaccessindia.com)
  • urinary
  • At this time, however, PN was associated with significant complications, including renal bleeding, urinary fistula, and death as compared with total nephrectomy, which had a lower operative morbidity and satisfactory long-term results. (cancerlink.ru)
  • Methods
  • Surgical removal of kidneys with the assistance of robots have increased though they take longer operating hours and are expensive than traditional methods. (medindia.net)