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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Your professionalism and skill are first class; your team great and the facility top notch. You are the “Leonardo” of the DaVinci Robotic prostatectomy. Thank you!more..
“On post-op day 10, my father went to the US Tennis Open by himself and on day 12, he took a transatlantic flight home to Romania. One and two months after surgery, his PSA was 0..”more..
The next day we went to see Dr. Samadi. In walked a tall surgeon, with a great grip when he shook hands. He proceeded to show us what the male body looked like around the prostate, and all of the work that had to be done to make sure that Ken would come out with a fully functional body, minus his prostate.more..
I learned I had prostrate cancer in late May 2010. I am 67 years old, diabetic, and had both TURP surgery and hernia surgery in the past. Being a Jehovah's Witness I was very concerned about the blood issue. Since conventional prostrate surgery is very bloody, it was not an option.more..