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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On Oct. 1, 2009, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. I had anticipated that the biopsy findings would be negative and I was rather shocked with this diagnosis.more..
Your fame as the Leonardo of the Da Vinci robotic prostate surgery is well known. It is also documented by the many testimonials of your patients. I would like to add my own experience to show how masterfully you also apply your unique skills and methodology to the most demanding surgery of this type removal of the bladder...more..
Thanks God for a physician and a human being like Dr. Samadi. He literally saved my life and gave me and my family a chance to enjoy our lives together to the fullest. Dr. Samadi is a physician I would recommend without reservation and a man for whom I would do anything.more..
"We interviewed 4 surgeons and 3 radiation oncologists, and decided on robotic surgery and Dr. Samadi. A urology oncologist with years of experience in open and laparoscopic prostatectomy surgery, Dr. Samadi’s extensive experience with robotic surgery made him our first choice."more..