3D models are increasingly used as additional preoperative tools for renal surgery. We aim to evaluate the impact of 3D renal models in the assessment of PADUA, RENAL, Contact Surface Area (CSA) and Arterial Based Complexity (ABC) for the prediction of complications after Robot assisted Partial Nephrectomy (RAPN).
The purpose of the study is the development and evaluation of the informativeness of the author's 3D nephrometric score application to predict the probability of intraoperative and postoperative complications in kidney operations.
To evaluate the role of 3D models on positive surgical margin rate (PSM) rate in patients who underwent robot-assisted radical prostatectomy (RARP) compared to a no-3D control group. Secondarily, we evaluated the postoperative functional and oncological outcomes.
IRIS™ provides interactive, 3D anatomical visualizations of renal anatomy for pre-operative planning that can be manipulated by altering transparency, rotating, zooming, panning, and overlaying the CT scan.
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