A technique called partial nephrectomy can be used to treat the majority of kidney cancers, masses, and complex cysts. The malignant part of the kidney is surgically removed. Most healthy kidney tissue is preserved and surgically restored to allow regular blood and urine flow.

The removal and regeneration of the kidney can be done through many keyhole-sized incisions rather than a single open incision spanning several inches across the side of the abdomen with robotic-assisted partial nephrectomy. The huge incision required for open surgery is always uncomfortable, and it may need the partial removal of a rib.

An urologist may temporarily stop the blood supply to the damaged kidney during the robotic operation before cutting away the malignant region. The robotic surgery in Mumbai is known for great precision and control when removing the kidney tumor, preventing bleeding, and then repairing the delicate vessels and tissues of the functioning kidney that will be left behind, thanks to the magnified view of the kidney and the ideal positioning of the surgical instruments.

The tumor is removed from the human body. As part of the nephrectomy or partial nephrectomy, adjacent lymph nodes may be removed and inspected (lymph node dissection).

A rebuilt kidney has two significant benefits: It may lower the chance of long-term renal failure and serves as a backup if the other kidney becomes damaged. Maintaining as much healthy kidney tissue as possible may help you avoid dialysis in the future, particularly if you are suffering from high blood pressure or diabetes.