'Organ Sparing Treatments' refer to medical interventions that are designed to preserve the structure and function of an organ, while still treating the underlying disease or condition. These treatments can include medication, radiation therapy, or surgical procedures that aim to remove only the affected portion of the organ, rather than the entire organ. The goal of organ sparing treatments is to maintain as much normal function as possible, reducing the risk of complications and improving the patient's quality of life. Examples of organ sparing treatments include partial nephrectomy for kidney cancer, breast-conserving surgery for breast cancer, and endovascular coiling for brain aneurysms.