The global burden of genitourinary malignancies has been largely growing attributable to both ris-ing incidence and associated morbidity. While genitourinary malignancies often necessitate multi-disciplinary care and treatment, surgical management of these common disease processes remains a key and integral aspect of treatment for optimal oncologic outcomes. We intentionally focused on topics that would highlight essential surgical principles, ranging from salvage prostatectomy to retroperitoneal lymph node dissection to urinary diversions. Another key objective of our focused series was to critically review ongoing controversies about the comparative effectiveness of surgi-cal approaches.
Surgical management of the localized renal mass: risk and benefit trade-offs and surgical approach considerations
A narrative review of the surgical principles of primary and post- chemotherapy retroperitoneal lymph node dissection for non- seminomatous germ cell tumors
Narrative review on the comparative effectiveness of robotic and open radical cystectomy for bladder cancer
Urinary diversion and reconstruction following radical cystectomy for bladder cancer: a narrative review
The series “Surgical Management of Genitourinary Malignancies” was commissioned by the editorial office, AME Medical Journal without any sponsorship or funding. Simon P. Kim is serving as the unpaid Guest Editors for the series.