Uterine extremely sophisticated operation
Uterine fibroids are a common cause of heavy uterine bleeding and pain in reproductive-age women and the most prevalent benign tumor. They are responsible for almost half of all hysterectomies performed annually in the United States.
Traditionally, surgeons have treated fibroids through removal by open abdominal surgery - either by hysterectomy, in which the entire uterus is removed, or by myomectomy, where the uterus remains and only the fibroids are removed. shreenath Orthopaedic and Gynaecology Treatment Hospital offers a multidisciplinary approach to provide the latest and most advanced treatment options for uterine fibroids, including minimally invasive surgical techniques and non-invasive radiologic procedures.
MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY
shreenath Orthopaedic and Gynaecology Treatment Hospital highly experienced and skilled surgeons who employ both open-incision surgical procedures as well as newer, more sophisticated laparoscopic, hysteroscopic and robotic surgeries. In fact, shreenath Orthopaedic and Gynaecology Treatment Hospital is a recognized leader in such minimally invasive surgical alternatives for removal of uterine fibroids. These alternatives allow a woman to leave the hospital the same day of surgery and return to normal activities almost immediately.
Patients benefit from the presence of the da Vinci Surgical System at shreenath Orthopaedic and Gynaecology Treatment Hospital. This robotic technology gives gynecologists increased precision, dexterity and control, allowing them to overcome limitations of both traditional open incision and laparoscopic surgery. Myomectomies and hysterectomies performed with this device require a very small incision that results in significantly less pain and the potential for better clinical outcomes than with traditional surgery.