‘Mohs surgery of the prostate’: the utility of in situ frozen section analysis during robotic prostatectomy
Hugh J. Lavery, Guang–Qian Xiao*, Fatima Nabizada-Pace, Michael Mikulasovich*, Pamela Unger* and David B. Samadi Department of Urology, The Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY, and *Department of Pathology, The Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY, USA
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"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..
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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..