Minimally Invasive Surgery for Women
daVinci Robotic Surgery • Laproscopic Surgery • Endosee Hysteroscopy • Hysterectomy
daVinci Robotic Minimally Invasive Surgery
The da Vinci Robotic Surgery System is used for minimally invasive surgeries of the heart, colorectal system, head and neck surgeries, thoracic surgeries, urologic procedures, and gynecologic surgeries.
Using daVinci Robotic surgery for hysterectomy and other gynecological surgery decreases the number and size of incisions needed. The daVinci system also provides the surgeon with more precision, visualization, and control than traditional surgeries. Hysterectomy, removal of fallopian tubes & ovaries, Myomectomy and Sacrocolpopexy can all be performed with daVinci surgery.
Because the doctors and gynecologic surgeons at Hutzel Women’s Health Specialists are trained to use the da Vinci Robotic Surgery System, they are able to perform surgeries that other doctors wouldn’t attempt.
Minimally Invasive Gynecology Surgery
At Hutzel Women’s Health Specialists, we offer any OB/GYN surgeries necessary. Examples of OBGYN surgeries
We are among the few Detroit area surgeons trained to perform daVinci Robotic Surgery. The minimally invasive daVinci system leaves patients with fewer, smaller incisions, a lower risk of complications, less likelihood of infection, less bleeding and pain post-op, and faster recovery time.
The precision offered by this robotic-assisted system provides our surgeons with the ability to ensure that your surgery will be efficient and successful.
The daVinci Surgical System provides patients with an alternative to both traditional open surgery & conventional laparoscopy. Hysterectomy, removal of fallopian tubes & ovaries, Myomectomy and Sacrocolpopexy are just a few of the gynecologic surgeries that can be performed with daVinci surgery.
Minimally Invasive In-Office Hysteroscopy
An in-office hysteroscopy may be right for women who have had an abnormal pap test or who are dealing with abnormal uterine bleeding or postmenopausal bleeding,
Hysteroscopy may be used to evaluate uterine adhesions (Asherman’s syndrome), polyps, fibroids, and causes of infertility or miscarriage – as well as to locate and remove displaced intrauterine devices (IUDs).
Hysteroscopy may also be used to remove small adhesions and fibroids, which can eliminate the need for invasive abdominal surgery, incisions & anesthesia.
Endosee technology combines a camera and monitor for recording the three-minute, in-office hysterectomy. Usually, no anesthesia is necessary and the appointment is only about 30 minutes.
Patients save time, deductible expenses, and avoid anesthesia with intubation. Endosee is also used to visualize the uterus directly for fast diagnosis.