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Adaptive radiotherapy constructs three radiation treatment plans; with a small, medium and large (standard) target area.
Robotic surgery for bladder cancer allows the surgeon to operate with enhanced vision, improved precision and better control. The London Clinic’s priority is to provide our patients with support, comfort and expert cancer care.
ClinicSafe is a pioneering nerve-sparing technique for prostate cancer surgery. The procedure is performed by Consultant Urological and Robotic Surgeon, Mr Senthil Nathan.
A flexible cystoscopy is a proceudre to check for any problems in your bladder using a flexible telescope (cystoscopy).
Breast reduction surgery in men with gynaecomastia is achieved by targeted surgery and liposuction in the breast area.
iTind is an innovative treatment that can provide lasting relief from the urinary problems caused by benign prostatic enlargement (BPH). The London Clinic is the first private hospital in the UK to offer iTind, which offers a safe, effective alternative to drugs and surgery.
Our experts at The London Clinic can provide solutions that are tailored to your individual needs, including the latest medications and physical solutions such as implants and mechanical devices. We are also able to offer professional therapy and counselling, either individually or with your partner, to help you overcome any psychological or emotional issues.
All of the problems described can occur in men following prostate cancer surgery. They are more common in men who have a non-robotic radical prostatectomy, but can still occur temporarily after robotic surgery to remove the prostate gland. The problem may resolve within a few days, but if it doesn’t, we start with non-invasive treatment techniques such as: lifestyle advice, medical treatment, Botox injections and surgical options.
The London Clinic is one of the first independent hospitals in the UK to offer prostate artery embolisation as a routine procedure, offering a safe alternative to surgery.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer affecting men. One in eight men will develop prostate cancer during their lifetime and 47,000 men are diagnosed with the disease in the UK every year.
You had a vasectomy, which is meant to be a permanent method of male contraception. It involved cutting both the tubes (vas deferens) that carry sperm from your testicles. Reversing a vasectomy is a procedure to rejoin the tubes.
Robotic surgery is a form of keyhole surgery. The surgeon sits at a computer console and the computer-enhanced robot mimics the surgeon’s hands and wrist movements and enables our surgeons to perform keyhole operations with greater accuracy.
SpaceOAR® Hydrogel is a minimally invasive, soft gel that can reduce the short-term and long-term side-effects of radiotherapy for prostate cancer. A fixed-price package for this treatment is available from £1475
Patients receiving the Urolift implant report rapid improvements in their symptoms including increased urinary flow rates.

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