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da Vinci Surgical System
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Gynecologic Surgery

One of the most minimal of minimally invasive surgeries, da Vinci Surgery System is used for hysterectomies and to treat endometriosis, cancer, uterine prolapse and other gynecological conditions.

In spite of growing demand for minimally invasive procedures, the majority of these operations are still performed using large, abdominal incisions. These surgeries typically result in significant blood loss, and may mean several days in the hospital followed by weeks of recovery time. For many women, facing traditional gynecologic surgery, the period of recovery and time away from normal everyday activities is daunting.

University of Missouri Health Care physicians offer a less invasive surgical treatment option-the da Vinci Surgical System. If your doctor recommends surgery for your condition, you may be a candidate for one of these new, minimally invasive procedures. For most patients, minimally invasive procedures performed with this system can offer numerous potential benefits over traditional surgery, including:

  • Shorter hospital stay
  • Less pain and scarring
  • Less risk of infection
  • Less blood loss and fewer transfusions
  • Faster recovery
  • Quicker return to normal activities

Read more about how MU Health Care physicians are using the da Vinci Surgery System for:

Hear why MU Health Care doctors prefer to use da Vinci
Courtney Barnes, MD talks about the advantages of using the da Vinci Surgical System for gynecologic surgeries.

Our da Vinci specialists
Mira Aubuchon, MD, reproductive endocrinology and fertility
Courtney Barnes, MD, general obstetrics and gynecology
Holly Ford, MD, general obstetrics and gynecology
Mark Hunter, MD, gynecologic oncology
Mistie Mills, MD, general obstetrics and gynecology
Jonathan Thomas, MD, general obstetrics and gynecology
Erin Tuller, MD, gynecologic oncology

Am I a candidate for da Vinci surgery?
If you are a candidate for gynecologic surgery, ask your doctor about the da Vinci Surgical System. For a consultation with a University of Missouri Health Care da Vinci Surgery specialist, call Women's Health Center at (573) 499-6084.

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