Robotic Renal Surgery: Benign and Cancer Surgery for the Kidneys and Ureters provides a comprehensive review of the role of and technical considerations regarding robotic surgery for conditions of the kidney and associated conditions of the upper urinary tract. In addition to serving as a reference regarding indications, preoperative and postoperative management, complications, and evidence-based outcomes, this text also serves as a practical guide for surgeons in how to perform the complete array of robotic kidney and upper tract surgery. Included are detailed descriptions of positioning, Benign and Cancer Surgery for the Kidneys and Ureters Ronney Abaza ... Early studies of RAPN failed to identify an advantage of the robot-assisted approach over the traditional laparoscopic approach [40, 41]. One factor that was consistent in these early reports is the use of a tiedsuture closure, similar to that utilized in the open approach. ... affords the surgeon the requisite precision in dictating the degree of tension placed on the repair, effectively eliminating the need for placementanbsp;...
|Title||:||Robotic Renal Surgery|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-04-10|