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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In 2008 my husband was diagnosed with Prostate cancer with a PSA of 31.8 and a Gleason Score of 9. When we first got the news we immediately began to research different doctors and new techniques in our home country of the Netherlands and throughout Europe.more..
The results of the surgery were astonishing, and after an amazingly short healing process, I had none of the incontinence or impotence that, unfortunately, is too often side effects of old-fashioned surgery...more..
I am aware of the fact that it takes a extraordinarily rare surgeon to be the master of Robotic Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy. I watched the video released by the Henri Mondor hospital before my surgery, and once again today. Although you make it seem easy to the patients and their families, your accomplishment is nearly superhuman.more..
In March of 2006 I had robotic prostate surgery and was released from the hospital in 24 hours and had the catheter removed in 5 days. My PSA values have been below the detectable range for the entire year. At your hands it is the most painless and least invasive operation that a man can ever have.more..