02:33Dr. David Samadi uses surgical clips near the vas deferens during da Vinci robotic prostate surgery. Dr. Samadi recommends relying on visual feedback to prevent tearing of the delicate seminal vesicles during a robotic prostatectomy. After performing many surgeries, Dr. Samadi says surgeons can expect to gain a sense of tactile feedback from the da Vinci robot during surgery to remove the prostate.
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Siempre recordare el 2009 como el mas tragico de mi vida ; sin presentar sintomas y a raiz de mi examen anual de salud me fue detectado un cancer de prostata, la intuicion de mi medico personal al ver mi psa en 3.4 lo hizo referirme al urologo para que me practicase una biopsia , el mundo se me vino encima.more..
I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in January of 2014. After researching for a surgeon the name Dr. David Samadi kept coming up for his expertise and great results. I got an appointment and went in to see Dr. Samadi and was already convinced (from what I read) that I wanted my prostate removed.more..
The day that I discovered I had prostate cancer I thought that my life was over. I thought I'd wouldn't live to see my grandchildren grow up or grow old with my wife. Then I met Doctor David Samadi...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..