March 10, 2011 Leave a comment
By Sara Lee Kessler
Dr. Decca Mohammed, a gynecological surgeon at St. Michael’s Medical Center, in Newark, says she now recommends robotic-assisted surgery to all of her hysterectomy patients. She says, for one thing, it’s much more precise. It’s also minimally-invasive, allowing surgeons to make four incisions, the size of a quarter, instead of the standard four to six-inch incision.
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