Robotic Surgery for Benign and Malignant Gynecological Diseases

Posted On 2020-07-07 01:38:00


This series on “Robotic Surgery for Benign and Malignant Gynecological Diseases” is edited by Liliana Mereu, Obstetrics and Gynecologic Department, S. Chiara Hospital, Trento, Italy.

Conventional laparoscopy has led to notable improvements in surgery, however, optics and instrumentation are limited and advanced surgical training is required to perform complex procedures. In addition, poor ergonomics can lead to fatigue or joint strain in the surgeon.

Editorial on Robotic Surgery for Benign and Malignant Gynecological Diseases
Robotic application in gynecological diseases
Liliana Mereu

Surgical Technique on Robotic Surgery for Benign and Malignant Gynecological Diseases
Robotic single site sentinel lymph node fluorescence detection
Liliana Mereu, Valeria Berlanda, Saverio Tateo

Robotic radical parametrectomy in patients with undiagnosed invasive cervical cancer: a step by step procedure
Houssein El Hajj, Domenico Ferraioli, Mathilde Roussel, Camille Jauffret, Gilles Houvenaeghel, Eric Lambaudie

Robotic assistance for ureteral endometriosis resection and ureteroneocystostomy by the Leadbetter-Politano technique
Thomas Hebert, Benjamin Faivre d’Arcier

Surgical technique of robot-assisted laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy
Alexander Popov, Ivan Klyushnikov, Alexander Idashkin

Robotic sentinel lymph node detection using indocyanine green
Maria Teresa Achilarre, Mattia Maramai, Vanna Zanagnolo

Robotic surgery for endometriosis
Vito Cela, Elisa Malacarne, Francesca Braganti, Francesca Papini

Disclosure:
The series “Robotic Surgery for Benign and Malignant Gynecological Diseases” was commissioned by the editorial office, Gynecology and Pelvic Medicine without any sponsorship or funding. Liliana Mereu served as the unpaid Guest Editor for the series.