It is therefore important that men become aware of the importance of the early diagnosis of the disease. The primary weapon against prostate cancer is the annual preventive screening, which should begin shortly before the age of 50, unless there is a first-degree relatives suffering from the disease so the screening should start around the age of 40 years.
Why Robotic Radical Prostatectomy?
In addition, it is a minimally invasive surgical technique that results in the patient staying in the hospital only for 24-48 hours, while it significantly reduces pain and post-operative complications.
During radical prostatectomy, the entire prostate should be removed, along with the spermatic cysts and in some cases it is necessary to remove the lymph nodes (lymphadenectomy).
The main concern of the physician is to have the patient perform any surgery with the best possible conditions and with the best possible resolution of the other health issues he may be facing.