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Urology

Urosurgery involves treatment of disorder of excretory organs through laparoscopy and includes......

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Removal Of Renal Tumors

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Surgery can remove an early stage or locally advanced kidney cancer/tumor with the aim of curing it. It can also be used to remove secondary cancers to control the growth of the cancer and relieve symptoms. 

Stage 1 and 2 kidney cancers are contained within the kidney and are most likely to be curable with surgery. Stage 3 cancers have spread into a nearby lymph node, the adrenal gland or the vein leading to the kidney. It is sometimes possible to cure them with surgery if the surgeon can get all of the cancer out. Depending on the stage of the cancer the surgeon may remove part of the kidney (partial nephrectomy), the whole kidney (simple nephrectomy), or the kidney as well as nearby lymph nodes and the adrenal gland (radical nephrectomy)

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Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) is surgery to remove all or part of the prostate gland, to treat an enlarged prostate. The surgeon will insert a tube-like tool called a cystoscope (or endoscope) through your urethra (the tube that carries urine from your bladder out of the penis). The surgeon then inserts a special cutting tool through the cystoscope. This tool will remove part of your prostate gland piece by piece with an electric current.

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Laparoscopic Nephrectomy

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There are two approaches to removing the kidney laparoscopically. The first approach is called trans-peritoneal which is the most common method going through the front of the abdomen. The second approach is called retroperitoneal where the kidney is approached from the side of the abdomen. The laparoscopic method of kidney removal has been shown to cause less blood loss and fewer complications than the open method, and also has a shorter recovery time. The open surgical approach to kidney removal is now only used for complicated cases

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