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A urologist shares his experience with retroperitoneal single-port robotic surgery

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In this video, Ryan J. Nelson, DO, and Steven Ogilvy, PA-C, demonstrate the retroperitoneal single-port robotic surgical technique for a kidney tumor.

Among the advantages of the retroperitoneal single-port robotic technique are increased chances of same-day surgery as well as decreased postoperative pain, according to surgeon Ryan J. Nelson, DO, who presents a case with Steven Ogilvy, PA-C, surgical first assistant at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital in Clinton Township, Michigan.

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