Hysterectomy

Undergoing surgery is always a major decision, but thanks to minimally invasive, robotic surgery at INTEGRIS, making that big decision amounts to a single, small incision.

Big decision. Small incision.

Why Hysterectomy?

A hysterectomy is the surgical removal of your uterus. It is one of the most common surgical procedures performed on women (only the cesarean section, or C-section, is more common). Your doctor or surgeon may recommend this surgery if you have a problem like tumors, uterine prolapse or endometriosis. If conditions like these haven’t responded to other treatments, a hysterectomy may be the best option.

Major Advances

Making the choice to undergo surgery is always a major decision, but INTEGRIS and Lakeside Women’s Hospital have led the way with minimally invasive, robotic surgery. So now making that big decision amounts to a single, small incision.

If your case is appropriate, robotic surgery might be recommended, allowing your surgeon to articulate the finest, most precise movements through a single incision in the navel – and allowing you healing time measured in days instead of weeks and hospital stays that are typically less than 24 hours. Best of all, this is one surgery that results in nearly no scar at all.

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