Surgery in Motion School

Video-based education for efficient mentorship in surgical training

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Improve your surgical skills with top-notch videos of urological procedures performed by the best surgeons in the world!


T-shunt for Priapism step-by-step

In the following video-clips, Dr Alastair D Lamb and his colleagues from Edinburg Hospital Camebridge, demonstrate a complete sequence of how to differentiate between Ischaemic Priapism and High-Flow Priapism, from correct diagnosis to shunt surgery on a patient with confirmed low flow priapism. If not resolved on time, Ischaemic priapism (IP) can lead to corporal smooth muscle necrosis resulting in irreversible damage to the smooth muscle.

Watch and learn about the post-operative outcomes in which Alastair D Lamb discusses the advantages of T-shunts and his take-home key messages to colleague surgeons.

Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy using a ergonomic chair

As you know, laparoscopic partial nephrectomy can be demanding due to limitations in posture, vision and instrumentation. New instruments and techniques are on the rise to improve these ergonomic limitations, but how beneficial are they when used during renorrhaphy?

In a series of highly-informative videos, Prof. Dr. Jens Rassweiler, together with Prof. Dr. Ali Serdar Gözen, Dr. Jan Klein and Dr. Alexandra Tschada, demonstrate a step-by-step simplification of an endoscopic suturing using an ergonomic surgical chair which has shown improved and promising results.

Watch and learn from the video series; from patient indication and operation set up, to tumor removal and nephropexy.

Other videos that might interest you…

In this video series, you can also watch the laparoendoscopic single-site surgery (LESS) by Prof. Fransesco Porpiglia, and the clampless laparoscopic partial nephrectomy with tumor enucleation by Prof. Evangelos Liatsikos and Dr. Panagiotis Kallidonis.




Bipolar Transurethral Enucleation and Resection of the Prostate (B-TUERP)

Watch and learn from this highly educational video-sequence by one of the leading international experts in this subject.

In the following video-clips, Prof Dr Jörg Raßler, demonstrates a complete sequence of incomplete enucleation by double loop, followed by bipolar resection of the prostate. The video-sequence is preceded by an introduction in which the indications, post-operative results and advice with regard to the learning curve are shown.

Additionally to the incomplete enucleation, Jörg Raßler also shows complete enucleation followed by morcellation and several modifications:

Enucleation by the sheath of the resectoscope
Enucleation by the button electrode (mushroom electrode)

Transurethral enucleation and resection of the prostate (TUER-P) is an attractive alternative over TURP and open prostatectomy, since the nodular adenoma can be completely removed through endoscopy and with promising pre- and post-operative outcomes.




Robotic-assisted Kidney Transplantation (RAKT)


Observe and know more about RAKT as leading experts in the field  Dr. A. Breda, Dr. N. Doumerc (who performed the first RAKT in Europe in July, 2015), and Dr. R. Ahlawat demonstrate the procedure.

For additional resources about RAKT, please view the videos of kidney donor nephrectomy procedure performed by Prof. Doumerc and have a listen to Prof. Breda’s comprehensive webinar on the technical details about RAKT

Fluoroscopic guided access techniques

Kidney puncture during percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) is an important and demanding part of the procedure. Not all urologists are equipped to perform this step without the assistance of a radiologist. It is a must that percutaneous surgeons should be familiar with the most common techniques, the advantages and limitations.

Observe and learn as Prof. Skolarikos and his colleagues demonstrate you the most common fluoroscopic guided access techniques to help prepare you to adapt puncture technique for any given scenario.

Included in this series are the must-watch videos “Ultrasound fluoroscopic guided access” of Prof. Thomas Knoll and Dr. Cesare Scoffone who each discuss their approach towards treatment of kidney stones disease.

Robot-Assisted Adrenalectomy for Pheochromocytoma

Prof. Dr Alexandre Mottrie, Dr Geert de Naeyer and Dr Ruben de Groote show a real word case on a patient with a large necrotic adrenal mass at the right side, suspicious for pheochromocytoma, and walk the viewer through the nuances of set-up and each surgical step.

Robotic adrenalectomy is an effective minimally invasive method in the management of adrenal masses. It has proven to be as efficient as a laparoscopic approach in terms of operative time and complication rates but with potential shorter hospital stay and less blood loss.

Artificial urinary sphincter implantation

Artificial urinary sphincter implantation

Dr Daniel Moon and his colleague(s) demonstrate the surgical placement of an artificial urinary sphincter (AUS) implantation in an Egyptian male patient (65 years old), with a medical history of a radical prostatectomy and subsequent urodynamic proven stress urinary incontinence.

AUS implantation remains the ‘gold standard’ for management of moderate-to-severe stress urinary incontinence in both irradiated and non-irradiated patients after prostate cancer treatment.

Ureteroscopy: Instruments, Techniques, Tips and Tricks

Learn ureteroscopy from our best surgeons: Olivier Traxer, Thomas Knoll, and Guido Giusti

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