Nephron-sparing surgery: Minimally invasive techniques

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Nephron-sparing surgery (NSS) was initially developed as a mechanism to preserve renal function in patients at risk of requiring dialysis in the face of total nephrectomy. Indications included tumors in patients with a solitary kidney, multifocal disease, or chronic renal insufficiency.

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