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Contemporary Management of Incident Prostate Cancer in Large Community Urology

The Urology Center of Colorado (TUCC) and its physicians contributed to a study recently published in the Urology section of Elsevier’s Practice Update. The Objective of the study was, “To characterize the contemporary management of prostate cancer patients in large community practices. The optimal management of incident prostate cancer has changed in the last decades

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New Robotic Procedure Offers Patient Relief and Faster Recovery

Dr. Julien Dagenais and Dr. Mark Jones of The Urology Center of Colorado performed the first robotic-assisted ileal conduit urinary diversion with cystectomy at Swedish Medical Center in November, 2018. Brianna Robinson, the first patient at Swedish Medical Center to receive this new minimally invasive procedure, suffered from interstitial cystitis, or IC, a very painful

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Robotic Donor Nephrectomies – Decreased Pain and Recovery Time for Living Donors

Rare Surgical Technique for Kidney Donors – cited from Transplant Patient Gets Fresh Start, Colorado Health and Wellness ‘“The instruments we use allow for complex and intricate dissections,” Jones says. With this surgery, donors experience decreased blood loss, reduced risk of a blood transfusion, a shorter hospital stay, decreased pain and recovery time, and are able

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The Robotic Revolution

Mark Jones, M.D. Robotic assisted surgery is considered a mainstay in all aspects of urologic surgery. Six surgeons practicing with The Urology Center of Colorado (TUCC) specialize in using the da Vinci Surgical System to perform numerous urologic procedures. Robotic assisted laparoscopic surgery is performed through several small ½ inch long incisions on the abdominal wall.

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Bladder Cancer

Mark Jones, M.D. It is estimated that 68,810 new cases of bladder cancer will be diagnosed in the U.S. in 2008. Approximately 890 new cases will be diagnosed in Colorado. Men are diagnosed with the disease at a rate fourtimes that of women. When caught early, bladder cancer can be cured. When it is diagnosed later

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