Our conclusion at Women’s Excellence in Robotic Surgery is that robotic technology better facilitates the surgical approach as for technically challenging operations performed to treat cervical lesions.
Birmingham, Lake Orion, Clarkston, Metamora, Michigan (PRWEB) May 10, 2015
The development of robotic technology has facilitated the application of minimally invasive techniques for the treatment and evaluation of patients with cervical lesions. Because of this advancement, Women’s Excellence now provides robotic trachelectomy.
The use of a robotic system has been associated with faster performance times, increased accuracy, enhanced dexterity, faster suturing, and reduced the number of errors when compared to conventional laparoscopic instrumentation for trachelectomy type procedures.
“Our conclusion at Women’s Excellence in Robotic Surgery is that robotic technology better facilitates the surgical approach as for technically challenging operations performed to treat cervical lesions. Although the remaining cervix can be removed laparoscopically or through traditional open surgery, with robotics, there are multiple advantages for the patient, which is why Women’s Excellence in Robotic Surgery has now chosen robotics as our preferred method of trachelectomy,” said Jonathan Zaidan, MD, and President of Women’s Excellence.
Women’s Excellence is the most comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic office in Michigan. They also specialize in menopause, weight control, bladder control, endometriosis, robotic surgery, pelvic floor physical therapy, and midwifery services. The knowledgeable, well-trained, compassionate physicians and healthcare providers of Women’s Excellence are taking new patients and are conveniently located in three locations throughout southeastern Michigan, Birmingham, Lake Orion, Clarkston and Metamora. For more information, visit http://www.womensexcellence.com