Gynaecological cancer surgery in India

Gynaecological malignancies, which affect the female reproductive system, are a major global health issue. Gynaecological cancers are common in India and are responsible for a sizable share of women's cancer-related mortality. On the other hand, successful treatment outcomes can be achieved with early detection and prompt action.

At specialised facilities like the Thangam Robotic Institute, gynaecological cancer surgery in India is accessible, including robotic surgery. For gynaecological tumours, robotic surgery has several advantages, including smaller incisions, less blood loss, quicker recovery, and better surgical precision. Additionally, the Thangam Robotic Institute offers total cancer care, including diagnosis, therapy, and aftercare.

Women in India can receive the best gynaecological cancer care at Thangam Robotic Institute thanks to its cutting-edge facilities, skilled medical professionals, and knowledgeable staff.

What is Robotic Gynecologic Surgery in India?

One of the most recent advancements in minimally invasive surgical methods is gynaecologic robotic surgery. Our gynaecological surgeons can treat several disorders that affect a woman's reproductive functions using a small, illuminated scope and tiny devices operated by a robotic system.

Dr. Aruna Prabhu M.S., M.Ch.,

Specialized Oncologist Surgeon

Dr. Aruna Prabhu is a surgical oncologist with training from prestigious pioneering institutions around the world. She moved to Namakkal because of her desire to help society. She is particularly interested in gastrointestinal, breast, and peritoneal surface cancers. She traversed the world to receive professional training in order to develop the Peritoneal Surface Oncology Unit. Under her direction, these clinics offer HIPEC (Heated Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy), intraperitoneal chemotherapy for advanced ovarian, stomach, colorectal, pseudomyxoma, other uncommon peritoneal cancers, as well as cytoreduction operations.

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Dr. Deepti Mishra M.S., M.Ch.,

Specialized Oncologist Surgeon

A professional in surgical oncology. She left Mumbai after completing her super speciality degree to further her professional development abroad. She became aware of the enormous unmet demand for oncology care in remote areas of India during her training, which could only be provided by the decentralisation of qualified professionals. In her initial position, she oversaw a renowned oncology centre in Belgaum, Karnataka. She later relocated to Namakkal, Tamil Nadu, where she is now in order to start a facility that specialised in performing sophisticated oncology work at a reasonable price.

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Conditions Treated:

Robotic Hysterectomy Endometrial cancer

Surgery to remove the uterus and cervix is the main form of treatment for endometrial cancer. A hysterectomy is what is done in this situation. In comparison to conventional techniques, robotic surgery for endometrial cancer results in lower blood loss, shorter hospital stays, and fewer postoperative problems.

Robotic Cytoreduction

Surgery to remove malignant tumours from the abdominal cavity. Robotic-assisted cytoreductive surgery is thought to be safe and provide a better prognosis for ovarian cancer patients.

Robotic Tubal Recanalization

A guidewire and catheter are inserted through a proximal fallopian tube obstruction during fallopian tube recanalization (FTR), a therapeutic technique used to unblock a fallopian tube that has become blocked. Robotic tubal recanalization opened up new possibilities for tubal reconstruction because it is a less invasive procedure. Robotic tubal recanalization has quickly become a viable technique for performing microsurgical reversal of a ligated fallopian tube.

Robotic Myomectomy

Uterine leiomyomas, often known as fibroids, are surgically removed in a procedure known as myomectomy, sometimes also referred to as fibroidectomy. When removing uterine fibroids and repairing the uterine wall, robotic myomectomy combines a mix of high-definition 3D magnification, robotic technology, and tiny instruments to improve a reproductive surgeon's abilities.

Robotic Ovarian Cancer Surgery

Most ovarian malignancies are treated and diagnosed mostly by surgery. The operation is considered minimally invasive and leads to a quicker recovery because it is carried out with robotic help.

Retroperitoneal lymph node dissection

RPLND, also known as retroperitoneal lymph node dissection, is a surgery used to remove abdominal lymph nodes in the treatment of testicular cancer.