What is Kidney Cancer?

What is Kidney Cancer? Renal Cancer (Adenocarcinoma) Tumors of Renal Pelvis (Transitional Epithelial Cell Carcinoma) There are two most common types of kidney cancers. Adenocarcinoma, which accounts for approximately 85% of kidney cancers is a type of cancer that starts in the tubules found in the kidney tissue (this will be explained below with details).…

What is Robotic Adrenalectomy

What is Robotic Adrenalectomy (Removal of Suprarenal Gland)? Diagnosing the diseases of adrenal glands and planning the best treatments for these disorders are the most important processes that should be carefully carried out prior to a surgical treatment. Adrenalectomy (surgical removal of the suprarenal gland) is performed for adrenal tumors that produce excess amount of…

Robotic Radical Cystectomy

“Robotic Radical Cystectomy’’ in treatment of Bladder Cancer and Ileal Neobladder Reconstruction  Patients with bladder cancer are being offered different treatments depending on stage of the cancer. In superficial bladder cancers, when there is no spread into muscle tissue, patients are firstly offered protective treatment of the bladder – TUR (BT) and if necessary, intravesical…

Robotic Surgery for Prostate Cancer Treatment

Prostate cancer surgery performed using daVinci Robotic System is called ‘’Robotic Radical Prostatectomy’’. Patients diagnosed with only inner gland prostate cancer were being operated on using conventional open surgical procedure, which provided total removal of prostate. But since 2000, laparoscopic radical prostate surgery has started to be performed worldwide. However, because of seriously long and…