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The two bean-shaped kidneys are located on either side of the spinal cord, behind the navel, and below the ribs. Each kidney is around the size of a fist. The function of the kidneys is to filter blood. It removes wastes and controls the body's fluid balance. Wastes are filtered out of the blood when it enters the kidneys, and if necessary, salt, water, and minerals are also added. After that, blood is returned to the body.

Percutaneous Nephrolitomy

Kidney stones occur in the urinary tract due to the crystallization of chemical contents in the urine. Percutaneous nephrolitomy surgery is preferred for the removal of stones in the kidney or in the upper part of the ureter. Percutaneous nephrolitomy has become a standard, especially in patients with large kidney stones, hard or unresponsive to other treatment modalities.

RIRS Surgery

Kidney stones can be removed with the RIRS procedure without the need for any incisions. Laser and fiberoptic endoscopes are used in this method. Surgery for RIRS may be carried out under either general or local anesthesia. The fiberoptic endoscope is inserted into the kidney's urine-collecting part through the urinary canal. The kidney stone can then be broken using a laser or ultrasound. The kidney stone issue can be solved easily using the RIRS technique. There is no recovery period afterwards, as there is no surgery.


Through a procedure called a ureterorenoscopy, the kidney's can be viewed. The entire urinary canal is passed by a skinny tube carrying a camera to the kidney. As a highly elastic tube, ureterorenoscopy is simple to maneuver. One of the frequently used treatments, particularly when treating kidney stones, can be performed under general or local anesthesia.

Partial Nephrectomy

One of the treatment methods for localized kidney cancer is partial nephrectomy. One of the most important advantages of the procedure performed with general surgery is to give the least possible damage to healthy kidney tissues while removing the entire tumor. The blood flow to the kidney is interrupted by the renal artery clamp so that less blood loss occurs during the procedure. The tumor is then excised and the remaining part of the kidney is sutured. Partial nephrectomy can be performed by open, laparoscopic or robotic methods.

Radical Nephrectomy

Similar to partial refrectomy, radical nephrectomy is a preferred approach in the treatment of localized tumors. In contrast, the entire fat tissue surrounding the kidney is removed during a radical nephrectomy procedure. Advanced cancer stages require a radical nephrectomy.


Of all urothelial cancers, those in the upper urinary system account for about 5% of cases. It must be surgically treated because it is one of the cancers with a high chance of recurrence. An open, closed, or robotic nephroureterectomy is carried out, and the tumors in this region are removed.

Renal Cyst Excision

Renal cyst excision is one of the techniques applied for the removal of symptomatic kidney cysts. With this method, people who experience pain and problems as a result of obstruction caused by kidney cysts are treated. Especially laparoscopic renal cyst excision has been accepted as the gold standard in the removal of symptomatic renal cysts in recent years. On the other hand, the operation can be performed openly or robotically.


One of the important diseases seen in the kidneys is ureteropelvic junction stenosis. It is a congenital problem that occurs especially in childhood. Pyeloplasty surgery is required to remove these strictures. Today, thanks to the developing technology, pyeloplasty can be performed openly, laparoscopically or robotically.


Both the kidney and the adrenal glands are prone to tumor development. Surgery known as an adrenalectomy is used to remove these structures from the adrenal glands. Laparoscopic surgery is frequently used for this treatment, which is carried out under general anesthesia. Open or robotic techniques can be used to carry out the procedure.

Dissection of the retroperitoneal lymph nodes

The technique to remove an abdominal lymph node is known as a retroperitoneal lymph node dissection. The cancer's stage can also be detected using this procedure. The lymph node close by can be removed if there is a tumor present in the body to stop it from spreading. Retroperitoneal lymph node dissection can be done openly, laparoscopically, or robotically.

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