Male and female urinary incontinence
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Male and female urinary incontinence
Urinary stones
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Urinary stones
Prostate cancer
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Prostate cancer
Benign Prostate Hyperplasia
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Benign Prostate Hyperplasia
Bladder cancer
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Bladder cancer
Kidney cancer
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Kidney cancer

Urologist in Paris

Urological surgery in Paris
Doctor Thierry Guetta, Urologic Surgeon and Andrologist in Paris
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Doctor Thierry Guetta, urologist in Paris
Doctor Thierry Guetta, urologist in Paris
Doctor Thierry Guetta
Doctor Thierry Guetta, a urologic surgeon and andrologist is a former intern of the Paris public hospital system ( AP-HP) and a former attending Physician at Cochin hospital.
He is a urologic surgeon at the American Hospital of Paris and at the Ambroise Pare clinic of Neuilly sur Seine.
Specialized in robotic surgery, he is an experienced user of the Da Vinci Surgical System.
Doctor Thierry Guetta treats pathologies affecting the urinary tract in men and women (kidneys, bladder) and the male reproductive system (prostate and the rest of the genitourinary system).
Doctor Guetta, a well-known specialist in robotic surgery for the treatment of prostate and kidney cancer, will be pleased to make an appointment with you at his office in Paris. 
French and international patients praise his skills.
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Some key figures
Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men and represents 26% of all cancers among male patients.
Kidney cancer accounts for about 3% of all cancers and the average age of diagnosis is 65
Nine out of ten patients with bladder cancer are over 55 years old
All about robotic surgery

Over the past few years, major progress has been made in the field of minimally invasive surgery thanks to the development of robotic surgery.

During a surgical procedure, the Da Vinci robot allows the surgeon to operate with maximum precision. It reduces the risk of adverse events and optimizes the patient's recovery time.

Discover the world of robotic surgery

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I'm a smoker. Can this affect the prostate surgery? It is important to know that smoking significantly increases the risks of post-operative complications. It is advisable to stop smoking at least 6 weeks before the surgery. It is essential to inform your surgeon and the anesthesiologist that you smoke before the operation.
Can prostatic extirpation lead to a permanent inability to ejaculate? Prostatectomy can affect the patients' sexual life and compromise erectile function in particular. Even if prostatectomy leads to a permanent loss of ejaculation, sexual pleasure is still possible. In the course of a follow-up visit, your urologist will be able to offer appropriate therapeutic options.
In what circumstances, should the patient undergo dialysis after a complete nephrectomy? Slight or moderate decrease in renal function can occur after a complete nephrectomy. If the diminished renal function persists, the doctor will tell you what precautions to take to prevent it from progressing, for example by adapting drug doses, treating high blood pressure if necessary, through dietary recommendations. In a small number of cases, if kidney failure is too serious, a treatment by dialysis may become necessary.
Doctor Thierry Guetta, a urologist in Paris
Doctor Thierry Guetta, a urologist in Paris
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Medical confidentiality : Article R4127-4 Public Health Code
All doctors are required by law, in the conditions set forth therein, in the interest of their patients, to respect the confidentiality of medical information.
Confidentiality covers everything that physicians have learned in the exercise of their profession, including not only that which has been confided in them,but also whatever they may have observed, heard or understood.
Doctor's duties to the patient: Article R.4127-36 Public Health Code
From the moment the doctor starts the treatment he is must provide the patient with conscientious, dedicated, scientifically-based medical assistance, consulting other competent specialists if necessary.
The doctor must make the most precise diagnosis possible, devote sufficient time to it and to choose the most suitable methods, obtaining assistance from other specialists if necessary.

How to get to us?
Paris Center for Urology and Andrology
64 rue de Monceau
75008 Paris

1st floor with elevateur

Metro Villiers (lines 2 and 3)
Metro Monceau (line 2)
Bus station  Malesherbes
Courcelles (line 94)

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14 Avenue de Villiers,
75017 Paris

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