Psa After Robotic Prostate Surgery

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The Results Are In: Do Robotic Prostatectomies Work?

In the October 2007 edition of the journal Cancer, the first article reviewing five years of data on robotic prostatectomies was published. This is a landmark paper in the field of robotic surgery and prostate cancer. Dr. Mani Menon, a urologist at Henry Ford Hospital, senior authored this paper reviewing his experience of 2,766 men who underwent a robot-assisted prostatectomy. The average patient age was 60 years old and mean prostate specific antigen (PSA) was 6.4 ng/ml. Of these men, 64% had...

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