Dr. Jaime Landman, director of the UCI Health Center for Urological Care, is an internationally recognized urologist and expert in diseases and conditions of the kidneys, including kidney stones and benign and malignant tumors. He is experienced in all forms of minimally invasive kidney surgery, including robot-assisted surgery and percutaneous cryoablation.
Landman, who founded the UCI Health Ablative Oncology Center, has performed thousands of advanced minimally invasive kidney procedures. He is dedicated to improving the techniques and technology associated with minimally invasive surgery.
The author of more than 185 peer-reviewed articles and more than 60 book chapters, Landman has lectured around the world on the subject of minimally invasive urology. His research interests are in kidney cancer outcomes, kidney ablation and kidney imaging technologies, as well as preserving kidney function.
His research efforts have helped define many of the minimally invasive kidney procedures performed today, earning him the 2005 Arthur Smith prize for creativity and dynamic innovation at the World Congress of Endourology. His clinical interests include all aspects of minimally invasive urologic oncology, with special emphasis on kidney cancer and kidney stone disease.
Landman, who is fluent in Spanish, sees patients in Orange and Newport Beach.
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Speakers Bureau Topics
- Cryoablation for Renal Mass, Technique of Laparoscopic and Percutaneous
- Cryoablation, Laparoscopic and Percutaneous
- Nephrectomy (Partial), Technique and Tips of Laparoscopic
- Percutaneous Neophrolithotomy, Antegrade and Retrograde Approach
- Renal Cortical Neoplasm Treatment Algorithms
- Renal Cortical Neoplasm, Active Surveillance
- Renal Cortical Neoplasms, Minimally Invasive Treatment
- Renal Surgery, Laparoscopic Update
- Ureteroscopy, Advanced
- Ureteroscopy, Basic
- Urinary Tract Obstruction
- Urolithiasis, Metabolic Treatment
- Urolithiasis, Minimally Invasive Management
- Urologic Endoscopy, History
- Urologic Laparoscopy, Complications