Urology Surgery in India

India has a high incidence of urologic cancers, such as prostate, bladder, kidney, and testicular cancer. Thangam Robotic Institute, which offers top-notch robotic-assisted surgery that enables precise and minimally invasive operations, is at the forefront of urology surgery in India for cancer.

The institute's cutting-edge facilities are outfitted with the newest technology, such as the da Vinci surgical system, which enables difficult surgery with little blood loss and a quicker recovery. The team of expert urologists and oncologists at the centre collaborates to develop individualised treatment strategies for each patient, ensuring the best outcomes.

Additionally, Thangam Robotic Institute provides whole cancer care, including chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Patients can be guaranteed that they will receive the best care possible in a caring and encouraging setting.

What is Robotic Urology Surgery in India?

A minimally invasive procedure that is gaining popularity in surgery, particularly urology, is robotic urological surgery. Laparoscopic and robotic minimally invasive techniques are being used more frequently for major urological treatments such partial nephrectomies and radical prostatectomy.

Robotic procedures are used for a variety of urologic surgeries thanks to recent developments and ongoing evolution.

Urology Surgeon in India
Dr Shreedhar G.K., M.S., M.Ch., DNB

Specialized Urology Surgeon

Dr. Shreedhar has more than 7 years of experience treating urological cancers and is the first urology surgeon in this region of Tamil Nadu. For patients with malignancies of the kidney, bladder, prostate, penile, and testicles, he specialises in open, endoscopic, laparoscopic, and robotic surgery.

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Conditions Treated:

Robotic Prostatectomy

Prostate gland removal with robot assistance in addition to prostate cancer and other pelvic malignancies, this procedure is performed for benign disorders that cause urine retention.

Robotic Cystectomy Conduit

Surgical removal of the urinary bladder via robotic technology is known as a robotic cystectomy conduit. Depending on the specific type of bladder cancer you have, there are different treatments available. A radical cystectomy is performed to treat cancer that has progressed to the bladder wall, returned after initial treatment, or has a significant likelihood of doing so.

Robotic Neobladder

The mechanism of choice for intracorporeal urinary diversion is the robotic intracorporeal neobladder (RIN).

Robotic Partial Nephrectomy

The kidney's tumour-bearing section is removed, and the remaining healthy kidney is restored using robotic tools through tiny incisions.

Robotic Radical Nephrectomy

An entire kidney is removed during a radical nephrectomy, which is frequently performed to treat kidney cancer but may also be performed for other conditions. Additionally, the adrenal gland and lymph nodes are occasionally removed as well. With only one kidney, most people are healthy. Kidney cancer, also known as renal cancer, is a condition in which kidney cells develop into malignant (cancerous) tumours and expand uncontrollably.

Robotic Adrenalectomy

Most adrenal masses can be managed safely and effectively with a robot-assisted adrenalectomy.

Retroperitoneal Renal surgery

The less common transperitoneal method can be effectively replaced with retroperitoneal access for robotic renal surgery. After a brief dissection of the retroperitoneal area, the kidney is rapidly encountered during retroperitoneal renal surgery. There is no requirement to mobilise the intestine, in contrast to transperitoneal surgery.

Retroperitoneal lymph node dissection

RPLND, also known as retroperitoneal lymph node dissection, is a surgery used to remove abdominal lymph nodes in the treatment of testicular cancer.