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Prostate Surgery 3-in-1 Expertise at Mt. Sinai Medical Center

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Dr. David Samadi, robotic prostatectomy surgeon, outlines the benefits of having prostate removal surgery. He explains that he and his surgical team have the expertise of open prostate surgery, French-trained laparoscopic prostatectomy surgery, and robotic prostatectomy in one.

Dr. Samadi reminds that it is not the robot that performs the prostatectomy, but rather the experienced surgeon behind the robot that ensures successful outcomes. Should the robot ever fail, Dr. Samadi is skilled in completing the surgery laparoscopically or traditionally.

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