• Overview

    Radical hysterectomy, a pivotal surgical intervention, involves the removal of the uterus, cervix, and surrounding tissues to treat gynecologic cancers, particularly cervical cancer. This procedure, performed through both open and robotic approaches, aims to eradicate cancerous growth and prevent its spread. The open method involves a traditional abdominal incision, providing direct access for skilled surgeons. In contrast, the robotic approach employs minimally invasive techniques, enhancing precision with smaller incisions and robotic assistance. Both methods aim to achieve optimal cancer removal while preserving surrounding structures critical for women's health. The choice between approaches depends on individual patient factors and surgeon expertise, reflecting the continual evolution of surgical strategies in gynecologic oncology.

Precision Steps in Radical Hysterectomy: Gynecologic Cancer Treatment

Guided Protocol for Comprehensive Removal with Open and Robotic Approaches

  • Preoperative assessment: Thorough evaluation of cancer extent and patient suitability
  • Incision and exposure: Surgical access through either open or robotic approaches
  • Uterine and cervical removal: Extraction of affected structures to halt cancer spread
  • Parametrial dissection: Meticulous removal of surrounding tissues to ensure thorough eradication
  • Closure and recovery: Careful suturing and postoperative monitoring for optimal healing

Precision and Benefits Over Traditional Open Approaches Explored

Precision and Benefits Over Traditional Open Approaches Explored

  • Minimized incisions: Smaller wounds, reducing postoperative discomfort and scarring
  • Faster recovery: Accelerated healing and quicker return to normal activities
  • Reduced blood loss: Enhanced surgical precision lowers the risk of bleeding
  • Lower infection risk: Minimizing the chance of postoperative complications
  • Improved visualization: Enhanced clarity for precise cancer removal

Distinguishing Total and Radical Hysterectomy: Surgical Approaches Clarified

Understanding Variances in Uterine Cancer Treatment Procedures

  • Extent of removal: Total removes uterus, radical involves surrounding tissues
  • Preservation of structures: Total retains ovaries, radical may remove
  • Lymph node dissection: Radical includes, total may omit
  • Cancer stage suitability: Radical for advanced cases, total for early
  • Fertility impact: Total may allow, radical typically results in infertility

Why People Choose Us?

Pioneering Women's Cancer Care: Excellence in Expertise and Innovation

  • A distinguished Gynae Oncology Consultant with extensive experience
  • Proficient in complex surgeries, including HIPEC, HITHOC, and robotic procedures
  • Certified DaVinci Robotic Console Surgeon, ensuring cutting-edge surgical capabilities
  • Over a decade as a Gynecologic Oncology Consultant at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute
  • Contributions to gynecologic oncology research, earning accolades and awards

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Dr. Amita Naithani-
Dr. Amita Naithani

Gynecologist, Oncologist

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