In this interview Mark A. Preston, MD, MPH, of Brigham and Women’s hospital sat down with Richard. R. Kerr, Urology Times content channel director, to discuss the association between obesity and incidence of total and fatal renal cell carcinoma in two prospective cohorts. The interview was conducted during the AUA annual meeting in New Orleans.
Near-infrared fluorescence-guided selective clamping with indocyanine green fluorescent dye in robot-assisted partial nephrectomy appears to be a promising technique to delineate renal tumor anatomy for the bloodless resection of renal masses while minimizing ischemic damage to the kidney.
Remaining on preventive antiplatelet therapy with aspirin significantly increases the risk of bleeding complications in patients undergoing partial nephrectomy, according to research presented at the European Association of Urology annual congress in Madrid, Spain.