The tumors of the urinary tract are treatable and even curable if a timely surgical treatment
is carried out in the early stage of the disease.

Using minimally invasive surgeries like LAPAROSCOPY or ENDOUROLOGY
tumors of the kidneys, bladder and prostate can be removed.


Laparoscopic adrenalectomy

The adrenal glands are two organs located in the upper part of each kidney, which produce hormones to regulate various functions of our body, such as blood pressure, carbohydrate levels, among others.


Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy

When kidney tumors are small, are located in the periphery of the kidney, the patient has several tumors in both kidneys or when there is a risk that the patient has chronic renal failure after the total nephrectomy, it is better to perform a partial nephrectomy, in the which only removes the tumor or a part of the kidney in order to preserve renal function.


Laparoscopic radical nephrectomy

A nephrectomy is the surgery to remove the kidney and can be performed openly or laparoscopically. Radical nephrectomy is indicated in kidney cancer.


Laparoscopic nephroureterectomy with bladder cuff resection

Nephroureterectomy with bladder cuff resection is indicated in cases of urothelial cancer of the upper urinary (i.e. renal pelvis and ureter). In this surgery, the kidney is removed from the side affected by the tumor, the ureter, and the portion of the bladder where the ureter is inserted.


Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy

The radical prostatectomy is the complete excision of the prostate, the seminal vesicles and the reconstruction of the lower urinary tract, joining the urethra again with the bladder.