04:08In this video, Dr. Samadi points out the posterior part of the prostate, or Dennonvilier’s fascia, during a robotic prostatectomy. Samadi says he’s certain that da Vinci robotic technology is the future of prostate surgery. One of the great improvements made possible by robotic surgery, according to Dr. Samadi, is the increased range of motion that allows for improved nerve sparing during prostate surgery.
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