A successful robotic hysterectomy in a patient with multiple previous pelvic surgeries and failed laparotomy
A successful robotic hysterectomy in a patient with multiple previous pelvic surgeries and failed laparotomy. 2016 AAGL video presentation by Dr. I-Lin Su.
Patients with multiple surgery often face with unavoidable laparotomy. This case demonstrate capability of robotic surgery to tackle difficult case.
This video had been first published on 2015 AAGL in Las Vegas.
Edited by Dr. Cheng Wei Wang.
Bleeding is always a problem in minimal invasive myomectomy.
Laparoscopic Uterine artery ligation before myomectomy was first introduced by Dr. Liu wei min in year 2000. Now dr. Liu performed this same technique robotically. So this video is intend to demonstrate : first: efficient approach to electrocauterize uterine artery in 3 to 5 minutes unilaterally. Second: to minimized blood loss during myomectomy.
Robotic hysterectomy in women with a history of severe previous pelvic surgeries and extremely severe adhesion
Robotic hysterectomy in women with a history of severe previous pelvic surgeries and extremely severe adhesion.
Pelvic adhesion is regarded as contraindication for laparoscopic surgery.
Here we present a case with history of previous seven abdominal surgery who under went robotic hysterectomy and left slapping-oophorectomy.
By robotic instruments, we were able to demonstrate surgical techniquies to effectively expose and dissect adhesions.
This women is presented with severe pelvic adhesion.
In the video, large bowel is severely adhered to uterus.
Here we present surgical techniques of adhesiolysis using robotic assisted surgery.
Management of ovarian cancer in 14th gestational week of pregnancy by robotic approach with preservation of the fetus.
Comparison of robotic surgery and laparoscopy to perform total hysterectomy with pelvic adhesions or large uterus.
Comparison of robotic approach, laparoscopic approach, and laparotomy in treating epithelial ovarian cancer
Comparing robotic surgery with laparoscopy and laparotomy for endometrial cancer management: A cohort study.
Compared to conventional approaches, robotic surgery showed favorable short-term outcomes with comparable survival. It is suggested that robotic surgery is a feasible tool for endometrial cancer management.
Comparing robotic surgery with conventional laparoscopy and laparotomy for cervical cancer management
The data suggested that robotic surgery is a feasible and potentially optimal option for the treatment of stage IA to IIB cervical cancer with favorable short-term surgical outcomes.
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