Robotic Surgery

Over the last 20 years, technology within the surgical field has evolved at a dramatic speed. Minimally invasive surgery allows smaller incisions with better visualization of structures. Moreover, it provides less blood loss and faster recovery for patients. Pain management is easily managed by patients. All together allows an easy return to daily activities without worsening of outcomes.

Robotic surgery was introduced during the last 10 years. Besides the previously mentioned advantages, it provides a 3D view of the surgical field as well as a detailed dissection of tissues.

The main advantages of robotic surgery are:

  • Better visualization
  • Better range of motion- allows better suturing
  • Access to Deep anatomical fields
  • Decreased postoperative pain
  • Faster Recovery

Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is pathology in which malignant cells form in the prostate gland.

Kidney cancer

Kidney cancer is among the frequent neoplasms in both men and women.

Bladder cancer

Bladder cancer is the 5th most frequent tumor in developed countries.

Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer is the less common of urological cancers. Mostly incidental by testicular mass exam.