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www.reference.com/article/can-surgery-remove-kidney-cancer-efc1cc1dcef214cc

Surgery is the primary treatment for most kidney cancers, according to the Kidney Cancer Association. There are different types of surgeries available, and the specific procedure depends on the type of cancer, the size of the tumor, the extent of the cancer and the over...

www.reference.com/world-view/removal-kidney-stones-require-surgery-3347347442e0ccec

If a kidney stone is too large to pass through the urinary tract, a surgeon might perform a ureteroscopy to remove the stone from the body. Although a surgeon removes the stone, ureteroscopy is considered an outpatient procedure, according to the National Kidney Foundat...

www.reference.com/article/surgery-option-remove-kidney-mass-d7c86ed414b619ab

For many physicians, surgery is an option for a kidney mass at clinical stage 1, according to the American Urological Association. At this point, the mass is less than 7 centimeters. About 20 percent of stage 1 masses are benign.

www.reference.com/article/happens-during-kidney-surgery-730cd63454e10f5c

During kidney removal surgery, the surgeon makes an incision in the patient's side, explains Healthline. He then severs the blood vessels that serve the kidneys as well as the connections to the bladder. The surgeon may also need to remove a rib to complete the procedur...

www.reference.com/article/recovery-time-kidney-surgery-4e855655a52974c7

Different patients recover at different rates, but in general, kidney patients should wait about six weeks before undertaking any strenuous activity, according to University of Utah Health Care. The doctor and nurse discuss permitted and restricted activities and at-hom...

www.reference.com/article/different-surgery-options-kidney-stones-bd7a1f186b963346

Surgery options for kidney stones include removal of the stones using a scope inserted through the back, use of a ureteroscope through the urethra or removal of the parathyroid, according to Mayo Clinic. Doctors also use sound waves to break up the stone, which sometime...

www.reference.com/article/laser-surgery-kidney-stones-b5eb95ffe0f222f4

Laser surgery for kidney stones is a minimally invasive procedure that uses minuscule laser fibers to break stones into tiny pieces that drain effortlessly from the body through a temporary urinary stent, according to the Kidney Stone Clinic. The success rate of laser r...