03:53In this video, Dr. Samadi explains why he opens the bladder neck early during robotic prostate surgery. He says itâ€™s important to stay away from lateral tissues during this prostatectomy procedure. At Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Dr. Samadi says heâ€™s fortunate to work with the latest version of the da Vinci robot, which gives him a fourth arm for increased function. The bladder neck dissection is necessary to separate the prostate from the bladder so that the cancerous prostate gland can be removed.
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"My surgery consisted of arriving at the hospital on Monday morning, surgery shortly after and going home the next day. I could not believe how good I felt".more..
Best in this area, a “Leonardo of our time,” an outstanding human being and a true expert in the field of urologic oncology and robotic surgery - Dr. David Samadi.more..