Robotic Surgery in Gynecology and Urogynecology
Robotic surgery is currently the most advanced technique for minimally invasive treatment of gynecological and urogynecological diseases. It allows surgeons to perform extremely complex interventions with millimeter precision using computer-controlled robotic instruments.
Robotic surgery has also proven to be the safest and most effective solution for treating female pelvic disorders. In addition to traditional indications, this technique is used for a range of critical conditions including obese patients, multi-operated patients, patients with extremely fragile tissue, young patients with long-term quality of life expectancy and efficacy.
Increased precision and less invasiveness compared to traditional surgery means less pain for the patient, faster recovery, and less risk of complications.
Other benefits include.
- Increased visibility of the surgical area due to the three-dimensional camera that allows the surgeon to better see anatomical details and perform the procedure with greater precision.
- A reduced risk of infection and damage to surrounding tissues.
- A reduction in bleeding and less reliance on hemotransfusions.
Gynecology – the interventions
Robotic surgery is used in gynecology for several interventions, including:
- Tumors of the body of the uterus (carcinoma of the endometrium)
- Tumors of the uterine cervix
- Removal of uterine fibroids (myomectomy).
- Hysterectomy for uterine fibromatosis.
- Endometriosis especially advanced grade.
- Fallopian tube surgery.
- Ovarian surgery for infertility
Uroynecology – the interventions
The use of minimally invasive robotic techniques is particularly indicated in the following diseases involving the urological, genital, and anorectal systems:
- high-grade bladder, uterine and rectal prolapse in isolated or combined form (bi- and tricompartmental)
- rectal prolapse with obstructed defecation
- pelvic floor dysfunction
- post-vaginoplasty complications
- recto bladder-vaginal fistulas
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