Robotic renal surgery: Advantages and technical considerations

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With a foundation of robotic surgery investigated and established for radical prostatectomy, urologists have now focused on expanding robotic applications to the upper tract. The most common examples are robotic partial nephrectomy and robotic pyeloplasty.

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Radical vs. partial nephrectomy

Robotic renal surgery: Technical issues

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