Robotic kidney removal surgery

Robotic kidney removal surgery

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Caption: Robotic kidney removal surgery. Laparascopic image of surgery to remove a cancerous kidney from a 40-year-old man with a transitional cell carcinoma (TCC, cancer) of the bladder. This procedure is using laparascopic (keyhole) surgery performed by a Da Vinci robot surgeon. This remote controlled surgical system has four robotic arms that are controlled by a specially trained surgeon from an ergonomically designed console using remote joysticks. Here, the renal arteries, ureter, and renal vein have cut after being been clipped (white) to prevent bleeding.

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