Accessing the Prostate Gland

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Dr. Samadi demonstrates how to mobilize the bladder during robotic prostate surgery in order to reach the prostate. The video clearly shows the da Vinci robotic instruments at work. Dr David Samadi explains the defatting of the endopelvic fascia. This portion of the prostate removal surgery is performed under the pubic bone, which would be very difficult to see during open or traditional surgery.

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* The benefits of robotic surgery cannot be guaranteed as surgery is both patient and procedure specific. Previous surgical results do not guarantee future outcomes.
Dr. Avinoam K., Israel

לכבוד יחשב לי לכתוב מספר מילים על ידידי הטוב - המנתח הדגול ד"ר סמאדי. כמדען, ביכולתי לציין כי ד"ר סמאדי הינו רופא מיוחד במינו, אומן במקצועו, מנתח מהשורה הראשונה, בנוסף על אישיותו הנעלה וליבו החם, מנותחיו מכנים אותו בשם '"הרופא המלאך".

B. Koenig, USA

Again, on behalf of myself and my family, I just want to thank you for your compassion, capableness and concern during this difficult time. As a result of having had a Robotic Laparoscopic Prostatectomy I can now look forward to a long and cancer-free life.

Dillion F,

"From 2005 to 2010 my PSA increased from 2.5 to 4.5 when I got a first prostate biopsy showing a low percentage of cancer cells in a couple of cores and Gleason score of 3 - 3.  I determined to stay with watchful...

M. H., MD, Pennsylvania, USA

"...My choice of Dr. Samadi for the robotic surgery was without any doubt the best choice giving me the best outcome for this problem".