Laparoscopy/robotics studies explore the limits of minimally invasive surgery
Urologists continue to push the limits of minimally invasive surgery04/18/2014
CONCLUSIONS: Minimally-invasive surgery is technically feasible and has been shown to achieve acceptable perioperative outcomes in selected patients with renal cancer and IVC thrombosis. The evidence is premature to draw conclusions on intermediate-long term oncologic outcomes. Robotic surgery allowed to extend surgical indications to more challenging cases with more extensive tumor thrombosis. Nonetheless, global experience on minimally- invasive IVC thrombectomy is limited to high-volume surgeons at high-volume Centres. Future research is needed to prove its non-inferiority as compared to open surgery and to define its b...
CONCLUSIONS: Utilization of MIS for localized renal cancer has increased significantly and was mainly attributed to increased usage of robotic surgery. Racial/ethnic, insurance, and SES related disparities in MIS utilization were identified. Our findings demonstrate a targetable subgroup of patients who do not have the same access to advances in surgical technology. PMID: 30630732 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
ABSTRACT Kidney cancer is the third most common urologic malignancy and a 2% annual increase in the incidence has occurred over the past two decades, largely because of the increased utilization of imaging. The majority of these tumors are small, so the indications for nephron-sparing surgery and for minimally invasive surgery are continually expanding. Complex kidney lesions, such as those completely endophytic, are still a challenge even for experienced surgeons. Our objective is to demonstrate the operative technique for laparoscopic partial nephrectomy with the aid of intra-operative ultrasound in a man with a totally ...
CONCLUSION: The incidence in kidney cancer is increasing and is associated with an alarming increase in the prevalence of associated risk factors. PMID: 29738004 [PubMed - in process]
The objective of this study was to examine the trends in utilization of open, laparoscopic, and robotic approaches in teaching and nonteaching institutions.
Conclusions Minimally invasive cytoreductive nephrectomy is feasible and safe in experienced hands with acceptable morbidity and oncological outcomes.
The objective of this study is to determine if laparoscopic partial nephrectomy can provide good functional and oncological outcomes with acceptable morbidity for the treatment of T1 RT.
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We are grateful to patient advocate Katherine Phillion for sharing her notes from our fall kidney cancer meeting. Eigth International Kidney Cancer Symposium September 2009 Management of Small Renal Masses and Localized Renal Carcinoma Case Presentation and Background Robert G. Uzzo, M.D., FACS There are a lot of options available to manage small (
Eighth International Kidney Cancer Symposium September 2009 Management of Small Renal Masses and Localized Renal Carcinoma Case Presentation and Background Robert G. Uzzo, M.D., FACS There are a lot of options available to manage small (