Prostate surgery with robotic assistance may cause less impotence and incontinence than laparoscopic surgery, according to a small Italian study.
Robot assisted prostate surgery may lower rates of urinary incontinence and post-surgery impotence when compared with minimally invasive laparoscopy, according to a small Italian study.
The study only comprised 120 patients who were randomized to receive a prostatectomy with either an unnamed robot assistant or with tiny tools manipulated by hand. All surgeries were performed by a single surgeon.
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