Laparoscopic lysis of adhesions involves careful excision of the scar tissue in the abdomen for treatment of a small bowel obstruction caused by a previous surgery or an infection.
Robotic abdominal wall reconstruction
involves the removal of the hernia, returning the organs to their normal anatomic location, followed by repair of the abdominal wall by mobilizing muscle and reinforcing with mesh and suture.
is the removal of the gallbladder through one or several small incisions.
is the removal of a portion of the colon for reasons including diverticulitis, colon cancer, large polyps and stricture.
uses small incisions and very precise instrumentation to remove a portion of the liver for tumors or chronic liver infections.
Robotic/laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair
is a minimally invasive surgery to reduce a groin hernia and patch the hole using a small mesh to prevent recurrence.
Robotic/laparoscopic small bowel resection
is the removal of a portion of the small intestines for a tumor, small bowel obstruction or inflammatory bowel disease using small incisions.
Whipple procedure (pancreaticoduodenectomy)
is the robotic removal of the pancreas head, first portion of the small intestine, gallbladder and bile duct with reconstruction for pancreatic tumors.