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Gynecological Procedures


Reducing the impact of surgery on your life is the most human thing we can do.

Surgeons on the medical staff across the Texas Health Resources system utilize the latest robotic-assisted technology, training and expertise to offer patients a wide range of minimally invasive procedures.

Popular minimally invasive gynecological procedures offered include:

Hysterectomy | Robotic Sacrocolpopexy | Myomectomy
Abdominal Cerclage | Complex Endometriosis Surgery

 


Hysterectomy 

Thanks to advances in minimally invasive technology, hysterectomies can be effectively performed without a big incision.

Obstetrician/Gynecologist Jay Staub, M.D., explains the benefits of minimally invasive techniques in performing a hysterectomy.

Nearly 800,000 women undergo hysterectomy each year, according to OB/GYN Jay Staub, M.D., a physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. And it is the second most common surgery for women, behind on ceasarean section.

Both robotic and laproscopic hystorectomies require only a few small incisions that enable patients to get back to life faster — within days rather than the usual weeks required with traditional surgery.

For most women, a da Vinci or minimally invasive hysterectomy offers numerous potential benefits over traditional open surgery. 

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Robotic Sacrocolpopexy (Pelvic Floor Repair)

Sacrocolpopexy is a procedure to surgically correct vaginal vault prolapse. It can also be performed following a hysterectomy to treat uterine prolapse and provide long-term support of the vagina.

Sacrocolpopexy has been traditionally performed as an open surgery with a 6- to 12-inch horizontal incision made across the lower abdomen.

Robotic sacrocolpopexy, offered at certain Texas Health hospitals, uses a state-of-the-art surgical system designed to help the surgeon perform a minimally invasive surgery through small incisions.

For most women, robotic sacrocolpopexy offers numerous potential benefits over a traditional open approach.

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Myoectomy

Using the da Vinci surgical system, surgeons on the medical staff at Texas Health hospitals can remove fibroids through small incisions with the precision and control of robotic surgery. Surgeons are able to reconstruct the uterine wall, regardless of the size or location of the fibroids. The unique level of control and precision can help to prevent a possible uterine rupture (tearing) during future pregnancies.

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Abdominal Cerclage

Physicians on the medical staff at Texas Health hospitals have been on the leading edge of using robotic surgery to perform the abdominal cerclage procedure to prevent premature birth. This complex procedure further illustrates Texas Health's commitment to minimally invasive technology and to providing our patients options that are at the forefront of the field.

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Complex Endometriosis Surgery

The surgery to treat the condition that causes the uterine lining to grow outside the uterus can now be performed with minimal scarring thanks to the da Vinci robotic surgical system. This innovative approach can allow for less blood loss and shorter recovery times.

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