Böbrek Kanseri Tedavisinde Laparoskopik Cerrahi
Laparoscopy is a procedure where CO2 is insufflated into abdomen and surgery is performed by inserting a video-camera and special endoscopic instruments through a number of holes. Similar principles as open surgery are implemented, and general anesthesia is mandatory.
In Urology we perform laparoscopic surgery for a limited size of renal cancers.
After preoperative evaluation laparoscopic surgery is performed and patient is brought back to his room if intensive care is not necessary and discharged on 3rd postoperative day. Wound healing is fast and comfortable in laparoscopic surgery because there is no incision as compared to open surgery.
Preoperative CT of a patient displaying a tumor in right kidney prior to laparoscopic surgery
CT of a 56-male patient with a left renal tumor of 11 cm in size, scheduled for Laparoscopic Radical Nephrectomy (Removal of entire kidney). Down below is the postoperative appearance of the removed kidney.
Postoperative appearance of laparoscopically removed left kidney with tumor
Robotic Surgery For Renal Cancers
You can watch “Extraction of tumor” in Robotic Radical Nephrectomy in the video down below
You can watch Robotic Radical Nephrectomy in the video down below
You can watch “Clamping of Main Renal Vein” during Robotic Radical Nephrectomy in the video down below
You can watch Robotic Surrenalectomy in the video down below
You can watch a part of Robotic Nephroureterectomy Surgery in the video down below
CT appearance of a 5 cm right renal tumor removed by “Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy” (Only the tumor is removed) in a 52 years old male
CT appearance of a 2 cm right renal tumor removed by “Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy” (Only the tumor is removed) in a 35 years old male
Shots taken during a laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy performed by Prof. MD. Tahir Karadeniz and Ass. MD. Cuneyd Sevinc at Liv Hospital Ulus