03:09Dr. 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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I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in January of 2014. After researching for a surgeon the name Dr. David Samadi kept coming up for his expertise and great results. I got an appointment and went in to see Dr. Samadi and was already convinced (from what I read) that I wanted my prostate removed.more..
My Husband Rick was diagnosed with prostate cancer right before Christmas 2010. He was diagnosed at the same age that his father was but his father lost his battle with cancer at age 56. I was not ready to be a widow nor my children fatherless so I needed to find the best doctor on the face of this earth.more..
"I wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for the kindness and caring that you've shown my family and most importantly my father during this difficult time"more..
You are the bomb! That's what the young kids say today about something that is simply the best, over the top, outstanding. I was your 3rd and last robotic prostatectomy on Wednesday, Dec. 5th at Mt. Sinai Hospital and you had a tough time locating the walnut-sized gland...more..