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Robotic surgery has transformed the field of medicine by offering a highly precise and less invasive surgical option for the treatment of various medical conditions.

In the field of urology, robotic surgery has become a revolutionary technique that allows surgeons to perform complex procedures with greater precision and control.

What is robotic surgery in urology?

Robotic surgery in urology is a procedure in which a surgical robot assists the surgeon in performing urological interventions. The robotic system is composed of a robotic arm with precision surgical instruments and a console from which the surgeon controls the movements of the robot.

Robotic surgery provides expanded 3D vision and greater dexterity compared to traditional laparoscopic surgery.

Benefits of robotic surgery:

Increased precision and control – Robotic arms provide a full range of motion and increased maneuverability, allowing surgeons to perform precise movements even in confined spaces.
Enhanced 3D Vision – Robotic surgery provides high-definition 3D vision, allowing the surgeon to have a more accurate perception of tissues and anatomical structures.
Less invasive and minimal scarring: The small incisions used in robotic surgery result in smaller, less visible scars compared to traditional open surgery.
Less blood loss and risk of complications: Due to the improved precision and control, robotic surgery means less blood loss and reduces the risk of complications during and after the procedure.
Faster recovery: Patients who undergo robotic surgery often experience a faster recovery, with less postoperative pain and a shorter hospital stay.

Applications of robotic surgery in urology:

Robotic prostatectomy: This procedure is used to treat prostate cancer by removing the prostate gland. Robotic surgery allows for precise removal and better sparing of surrounding tissues, which can have a positive impact on sexual function and recovery of bladder control.
Robotic partial or total nephrectomy: Robotic nephrectomy is used to remove part or all of a kidney. It is an effective option for the treatment of renal tumors and kidney donation.
Urologic Reconstructive Surgery: Robotic surgery is used in complex urologic reconstructive procedures, such as ureteral stricture correction or bladder reconstruction.


Robotic surgery in urology with its benefits in terms of precision, control and faster recovery, this technique has significantly improved the outcome of urological procedures. At Prostasur we have certified urologists to perform robotic surgery and we have the first Yucatecan urologist to operate in the entire southeast.

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