Robotic surgery in urology is surgery done using robots in that medical field. It is a very technologically advanced technique that allows the surgeon to perform surgical procedures in a very precise way. The surgical instrument is attached to the robot arms, and the specialist handles by remote control, i.e., no need to be in the operating room in person, since you can control everything through a computer station. The robot reproduces the movements of the surgeon. An advantage of robotic surgery over traditional open surgery is that because minor and precise incisions are made, the recovery time and pain associated with surgery is less. Robotic surgery in urology is used as a treatment of prostate cancer and bladder cancer, among other diseases.
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