Most kidney tumors and kidney cancer are cured with surgery. Surgery involves removing the entire tumor in the safest manner for each patient, and can be performed through a variety of approaches including a more traditional open incision, laparoscopic surgery or robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery. Kidney cancer experts at Johns Hopkins help each patient decide on the correct surgery and approach to treat each tumor. Radical nephrectomy refers to removal of the entire kidney and the tumor within the kidney. Radical nephrectomy is performed through an open incision, laparoscopically or with robot-assisted laparoscopic technologies. While removal of a kidney can affect overall kidney function, most patients with two healthy kidneys will not develop end-stage renal disease or require dialysis after nephrectomy.

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