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Who is a candidate for a single-site robotic hysterectomy?

The single-site robotic hysterectomy can be done on any woman who has benign (not cancer) female abnormalities.

Dr. T B. Leigh, MD
OBGYN (Obstetrician & Gynecologist)

Most hysterectomy patients who are candidates for laproscopic procedures are also candidates for minimally invasive robotic surgery. In this video, Brian Leigh, MD, of Coliseum Medical Centers, explains more.

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