Overview

A hysterectomy, the surgical removal of the uterus, is a common gynecological procedure. There are two main types: total (complete) and partial (supracervical). Total hysterectomy involves removing the entire uterus (body, fundus, and cervix), while partial hysterectomy leaves the cervical stump intact.

Revolutionary Option: Da Vinci Robotic Hysterectomy

• For women with gynecological cancer, fibroids, endometriosis, or other uterine conditions.

• Utilizes the da Vinci Surgical System for unmatched precision and control.

• Minimally invasive with only a few small incisions.

 

Procedure Details:

  • State-of-the-Art Technology:
    • Da Vinci robot technology enables precise movements.
    • Magnified 3D vision enhances surgical accuracy.
  • Benefits Over Traditional Surgeries:
    • Less pain, reduced blood loss, and minimal scarring.
    • Lower risk of infections and post-surgery complications.
    • Quicker return to regular activities.
    • Shorter hospital stay compared to traditional approaches.

 

Remember to consult your healthcare provider to discuss the best treatment approach based on your specific condition and needs.