On July 3rd, the Vattikuti Foundation Sponsored Institute of Robotic...
Five different Master Classes will be offered at Indian hospitals by...
British and Belgian researchers are working on a 10 million (Pounds)...
The first robotic kidney transplants performed in the U.S. using a n...
Dr. Mani Menon, Chair of the Vattikuti Urology Institute at Henry Ford Hospital, received the Hugh Hampton Young Award May 20 at t...
The First Robotic Kidney Transplants in the U.S. Using a Revolutiona...
The OBESURGE 2014 Conference featured over 100 attendees who learned about robotic bariatric surgery and featured Dr. Enrique Fern...
The FDA (US) issued a Safety Communication notice on April 17th, discouraging the use of laparoscopic power morcellation.
In an Intuitive Surgical release, two studies comparing the costs of open, laparoscopic and Robotic-assisted hysterectomies report...
Two Intuitive Surgical funded studies report that robotic-assisted thoracoscopic surgery has \"a number of improved outcomes\" ove...
The da Vinci Xi surgical robot has been introduced by Intuitive Surgical. With features like new, streamlined arms and laser targ...
Dr. Mahendra Bhandari, the Vattikuti Foundation CEO, has been chosen to receive the \'President\'s Award\' from the Indian America...
The IDEAL Collaboration has posted an article recognizing the use of...
The Vattikuti Global Robotics 2015 Multispecialty Robotic Surgery Co...
Four papers and four abstracts produced by the VUI have been accepte...
Technology is currently under development that will help enable robo...
The American Society of Transplant Surgeons (ASTS) has released a pu...
The first results of a research project featuring Robot-assisted kid...
The Vattikuti Urology Institute/Vattikuti Foundation produced video ...
A surgical nurse accidentally threw a man\'s just-donated kidney into the trash moments before it was to be placed in his sister.
Urologists at the Henry Ford Hospital use a new technique involving a combination of ice slush and robotic surgery to remove a dif...
A brief warm-up reduces errors and improves performance during robotic surgery.
Drawn by the promise of less intrusive surgery and easier healing, hundreds and then thousands of men came to Detroit, while surge...
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Robotic partial Cystectomy - Dr T B Yuvaraja

A partial cystectomy is a procedure in which the surgeon removes part of your bladder, leaving enough of it so it can still hold enough urine for you to urinate comfortably.This procedure is used only when you have a cancerous tumor in your bladder that is not too large and is in a place where it can be removed without hurting bladder function. A partial cystectomy is rarely performed because in most cases bladder cancer involves several sites in the bladder and the risk of the cancer returning is much higher when part rather than all of the bladder is removed.

Surgeon Name: Dr. T B Yuvaraja
Urology Bladder
Cystectomy Bladder 01:19:47 min