ROBOTIC SURGERY IN PROSTATE CANCER (RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY-LYMPHADENECTOMY)
(Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy
Minimally Invasive Surgery):
The camera, which transmits the 3D HD real image of the instruments and the operation area to the surgeon console, is sent to the patient’s operating area through small incisions. By controlling these instruments, which can rotate 540 degrees from the console in the operating room, the surgeon performs the operation in very narrow spaces with maneuvers that human hands cannot do.
The biggest advantage of robotic surgery to prostate cancer surgery is that instruments can be moved freely in very narrow spaces. The prostate is found only in men, and the pelvic area of men is much narrower than that of women. During the operation, the prostate is separated from the bladder and urethra, and the bladder is brought closer to the urethra and joined together. Thus, the urinary tract is restored. This method, which helps to protect the nerves, minimizes the risks of urinary incontinence and sexual insufficiency after surgery. In addition, the small incisions made during the surgery allow the patient to return to his daily life faster after the surgery.
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