Robotic & Laparoscopic Surgery

  1. Robotic / Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty:

    • This procedure is performed to treat a condition known as ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction. Using robotic or laparoscopic techniques, surgeons reconstruct the narrowed or blocked area where the ureter meets the kidney (pelvis). This helps to restore normal urine flow.
  2. Robotic / Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy:

    • This surgery involves removing a portion of the kidney affected by tumors or other abnormalities while preserving the healthy surrounding tissue. Robotic or laparoscopic approaches are used to minimize the incision size and reduce recovery time.
  3. Robotic / Laparoscopic Radical Nephrectomy:

    • In cases of advanced kidney cancer, a radical nephrectomy is performed to remove the entire affected kidney. Robotic or laparoscopic techniques are employed to reduce postoperative discomfort and accelerate recovery.
  4. Robotic / Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy:

    • This surgery involves the removal of one or both adrenal glands, located above the kidneys. Robotic or laparoscopic methods are used to access the adrenal glands through small incisions, leading to less scarring and quicker recovery.
  5. Robotic / Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy:

    • This procedure is commonly used to treat prostate cancer. It involves the removal of the entire prostate gland along with surrounding tissues. Robotic or laparoscopic techniques are utilized to enhance precision and reduce the impact on surrounding structures.
  6. Robotic / Laparoscopic Nephro-Ureterectomy:

    • This surgery involves the removal of a kidney and the adjacent ureter due to cancer or other serious conditions. Robotic or laparoscopic methods are employed to minimize invasiveness and speed up recovery.
  7. Robotic / Laparoscopic Ureteric Re-Implant:

    • This procedure is performed to correct abnormalities in the ureter-bladder connection. Robotic or laparoscopic techniques are used to reposition and reattach the ureter to the bladder, restoring normal urinary function.
  8. Robotic / Retroperitoneoscopic Uretero-Ureterostomy:

    • In cases of damaged or blocked ureters, this surgery involves creating a direct connection between two segments of the ureter. Robotic or retroperitoneoscopic techniques are employed to perform the procedure with minimal invasion.
  9. Robotic / Laparoscopic Pyelolithotomy:

    • This surgery is conducted to remove kidney stones that are too large to pass naturally. Robotic or laparoscopic approaches are used to access the kidney, make an incision, and extract the stones.
  10. Robotic / Laparoscopic Ureterolithotomy:

    • Similar to pyelolithotomy, this procedure is focused on removing stones specifically from the ureter. Robotic or laparoscopic methods are employed for precision and reduced invasiveness.