From the Springer article: Medially approached radical lymph node dissection along the surgical trunk for advanced right-sided colon cancers.
With 24 Hour News 8 anchor Brian Sterling and Dr. Larry McCahill, the medical director of surgical oncology at the Lacks Cancer Center.
Many extensive radical surgical procedures are now performed using advanced endoscopic techniques. Postoperative discomfort is minimized and hospital stay is dramatically reduced using this minimally invasive approach. This video shows an extensive pelvic surgery being performed by one of the skilled surgeons of Gynecologic Oncology Associates with the assistance of the daVinci robot.
The Vascular-Pediatric Via-Guard® offers atraumatic Tip and adjustable Poole suction in one versatile instrument covering most suction requirements.
Cynthia was born with Crouzon Syndrome, a rare genetic disease which causes premature fusion of a baby's bones. As a result, Cynthia's skull was completely misshapen, her eye sockets were too shallow which made her eyes bulge. She had difficulty breathing and a significant underbite.
Orthopedic surgeons at Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville now have a new robotic arm system to assist them in replacing a small area of the knee with an implant in people with limited osteoarthritis. This is the only robotic arm of its kind in the northeast Florida area, according to these surgeons.
Dr. Mark DeGuenther talks about bladder cancer caused by smoking on WBRC Fox Television in Birmingham, Alabama. Dr. DeGuenther practices at Urology Centers of Alabama, a leading treatment center for all types of Urologic problems in the Southeast, including robotic surgery, IGRT radiation therapy and other techniques.
Dr. Craig Rogers, from the Vattikuti Urology Institute in Detroit, Michigan, explains the variety of techniques in the performance of robotic kidney surgery.
Surgeons at The Ohio State University demonstrate their technique for a robotic-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy. This video shows Part 1 of the procedure.
ACRM Corp's patent pending process of rendering three-dimensional models from CT and MRI scans allows physicians and surgeons to hold an exact, anatomically correct replica of the patient's spine, skull or other skeletal part. An expert medical stereolithographer carefully analyzes and formats the patient's CT or MRI scan to optimize it for production.