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7] At our Canadian tertiary care referral centre, prostate-sparing cystectomy is not generally offered, as radical cystoprostatectomy (RCP), including nerve-sparing RCP for potent individuals, remains the standard procedure for definitive surgical management of muscle invasive bladder cancer.
Mount Sinai's surgeons are skilled in performing a catheterless, nerve-sparing robotic prostatectomy for the treatment of prostate cancer.
A common, but temporary; effect of nerve-sparing surgery is not only ED, but also stretching of the nerves responsible for the nitric oxide release triggered by oral phosphodiesterase inhibitor drugs.
evidence that inhibition of COX-2 can reduce damage to normal tissues in conventional lung cancer therapy; treatment of mantle cell lymphoma ands central nervous system lymphoma; nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy to preserve bladder function in invasive cervical cancer; and the use of nanoparticles in treating tumors.
Most of their surgeons used nerve-sparing procedures (n = 561).
There were no significant differences among the groups in bilateral nerve-sparing (90% overall), open conversion (2% overall), and positive margins (17% overall).
pioneer of the nerve-sparing prostatectomy procedure and one of the country's leading experts on the disease (see Dr.
Men undergoing nerve-sparing prostatectomy experienced fewer effects on sexual function, although urinary incontinence was often seen after the surgery.