Robotic Partial Nephrectomy

Associate Professor Daniel Moon

Robotic partial nephrectomy for complex hilar tumours – technique and outcomes

Robotic partial nephrectomy offers greater magnification, dexterity, and precision for resection of tumours with preservation of the kidney. Tumours at the renal hilum are the most challenging and traditionally have led to complete nephrectomy for cancer removal.

In this video Associate Professor Daniel Moon’s technique for resection of these complex tumours using robotic surgery is demonstrated, step by step, with the results in his series of over 300 cases confirming preservation of the kidney in all patients and a successful outcome.

Warning - this video contains graphic imagery of real surgery taking place

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Associate Professor Daniel Moon

Robotic Partial Nephrectomy

Australian Urology Associates