Nephrectomy

Nephrectomy (nephro = kidney, ectomy = expulsion) is the careful evacuation of a kidney. The method is done to regard kidney malignant growth just as other kidney illnesses and wounds. Nephrectomy is likewise done to expel a sound kidney from a benefactor (either living or expired) for transplantation.

Radical (complete) nephrectomy. During an extreme nephrectomy, the urologic specialist expels the whole kidney and regularly some extra structures, for example, some portion of the cylinder that interfaces the kidney to the bladder (ureter), or other contiguous structures, for example, the adrenal organ or lymph hubs.

Partial nephrectomy. In an incomplete nephrectomy, likewise called kidney-saving (nephron-saving) medical procedure, the specialist expels sick tissue from a kidney and leaves sound tissue set up.

 

  • Partial nephrectomy
  • Cystectomy
  • Radical nephrectomy
  • Single port laparoscopy
  • Renal Embolization
  • Small renal masses

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