Abdominal & Vaginal Surgery

Abdominal & Vaginal Surgery

Hysteroscopic surgery.

This technique does not require any incisions and has minimal recovery time.

Advanced laparoscopic surgery.

This technique is known to be an effective treatment that results in shorter hospital stays, less discomfort and a shorter recovery period. Laparoscopic radiofrequency ablation is a less invasive alternative to hysterectomy and myomectomy. It involves no cutting of the uterine tissue, and most women are typically back to normal activity within seven days.

Robotic surgery.

This approach has the same advantages as advanced laparoscopy, and it allows surgeons to operate with increased precision and accuracy while minimizing trauma to surrounding tissues.

Vaginal surgery.

This is the most minimally invasive approach to major gynecologic surgery. It has all of the recovery advantages associated with laparoscopic and robotic surgery, while also avoiding any abdominal incisions.

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