Kidney cancer has rapidly increased among patients affected with cancer. Tumours can be located in and affect the whole kidney. In all cases, they can be treated with cryosurgery.

The American and European Urology associations include cryosurgery as a valid treatment in their Guidelines.

Depending on the location and particularities of the tumour, treatment will be performed with real-time guided CT and always with local anaesthesia.

In this type of operations, a selective treatment for cancer cells is applied, which does not touch or affect other tissues.

Surgery takes around 90 minutes and the patient is always monitored with CT, until we are able to ensure that all tumour cells have been destroyed. In some specific cases, it can be performed through a guided ultrasound scan.