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Robotic Sciences

Robotic Oncology

ROBOTIC SURGERY IN ONCOLOGY Yashoda Cancer Institute leverages on latest technologies and performs advanced oncology procedures. Surgical oncologists work in coordination with Medical & Radiation Oncology Departments for Comprehensive Care of the patient. The main focus of our surgical oncology expertise includes organ conservation surgeries that aim to improve the quality of life (hardly leaves any scars) without affecting the chances of cure. The Institute adopts pre-operative treatments like chemotherapy, radiation, interventional radiology etc., wherever possible to shrink the tumour to a size that allows our skilled and experienced cancer surgeons to perform keyhole surgery that is minimally invasive. This not only helps save the organ but hardly leaves any scars. In the recent times, oncology surgeries have majorly been minimally invasive. In this direction, the da Vinci System has gained popularity for its precision and high-success minimally invasive robotic surgery. Significantly, the limitations of traditional surgical approaches have been overcome by robotic surgery. Some of the Robotic Procedures in oncology are

  • Uterine Cancers & Cervical Cancers – Radical Hysterectomy
  • Thyroid – Neck Scarless Thyroidectomy
  • Esophagus Cancer – Total Thoracoscopic Esophagectomy
  • Cancer Rectum – Ultra Low Anterior Resection / APR
  • Lung Cancer – Lobectomy, Mediastinal Node Biopsy
  • Kidney Cancer – Radical Nephrectomy
  • Stomach Cancer – Radical Gastrectomy
  • Prostate Cancer – Nerve Preserving Prostatectomy
  • Thoracic – Thymoma
  • Mediastinal Node Dissection

ROBOTIC SURGICAL TEAM AT YASHODA HOSPITALS

  • 1st   team in Telangana and AP to start robotic surgery
  • 1st   team in Telangana and AP to performing the largest number of successful robotic surgeries

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Robotic Gynaecology

ROBOTIC SURGERY IN GYNAECOLOGY Patients with endometrial cancer, endometrial pre-cancers, cervical cancer and early ovarian cancers are the right candidates for robotic surgery. Yashoda Institute of Robotic Sciences offers minimally invasive and robotic-assisted surgeries for the treatment of cancer and other conditions involving the female genital tract. These conditions include:

  • Endometrial and cervical malignancies
  • Ovarian cancer
  • Complex gynecologic problems

Robotic surgical systems have been used in various gynaecological surgeries for benign disease, such as Hysterectomy :- Hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) in conditions like fibroids, AUB or menstrual disorders, and cancer cervix and endometrial cancer, wherein uterus and other adnexal structures. Myomectomy and Adenomyomectomy :- Myomectomy and Adenomyomectomy, where in fibroids or myomas and adenomyomas are removed and a perfect restructuring of the uterus is achieved. Tubal Reanastomosis :- It is reuniting of a divided tube to conceive, after tubectomy or family planning surgery. This reanastomosis requires approximation of the fine ostium or opening of the tube. Endometriosis :- There are dense adhesions, which can be released with minimal tissue manipulation. Sacrocolpopoexy :- Sacrocolpopoexy is a procedure where the prolapsed vault is anchored to the sacrum with mesh. Where ever a meticulous dissection, adhesiolysis and reapproximation of tissues is required, robotic surgical system makes it a perfect tool. The 3-D vision, precision, suturing ease due to the 7 degree flexibility of the fine tipped instruments and filtration of tremors, makes this system preferable for gynaecological procedures.

Health Blogs for Robotic Sciences

VATS and robotic surgery for lung cancer – Frequently asked questions

Jul 16, 2019 18:05

Devadas, a 45-year-old electrician and a heavy smoker had persistent cough from the past 1 month. Last week he was alarmed to see traces of blood in the sputum. He had early-stage lung cancer where surgery is the first treatment option.

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Robotic lobectomy Surgery for lung adenocarcinoma in a 76-year-old grandmother

Jun 05, 2018 18:24

Adenocarcinoma of lungs, a diagnosis in a 76 years old woman was a challenge to treat. Dr. Jagdishwar Goud spearheaded the high-risk robotic surgery and successfully removed the tumor. The patient is now cancer-free and healthy.

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