Robotic thyroid surgery in India

In India, thyroid cancer is a widespread disease that affects many people. Since surgery is frequently the first line of treatment for thyroid cancer, robotic thyroid surgery is becoming more and more common in India. The Thangam Robotic Institute performs cutting-edge robotic thyroid surgery using the da Vinci surgical system. With the help of this technology, surgeons may perform accurate, minimally invasive procedures, which shorten healing times and minimise scarring. Small incisions are created in the neck area during the procedure, and the surgeon utilises a robotic arm to carry out the operation.

With their team of skilled doctors and cutting-edge equipment, the Thangam Robotic Institute is one of India's top thyroid surgery providers.

What is Robotic thyroid surgery

Though doctors from other nations performed the initial robotic thyroidectomies, our surgeons have gained skill over time. Robotic thyroidectomy is a minimally invasive surgical technique to remove all or part of the thyroid. Robot-assisted endoscopic surgery or robot-assisted thyroid surgery are other names for it. In fact, a robotic thyroidectomy is a logical advancement in thyroid surgery.

Thyroid Surgeon in India
Dr. Saravana Rajamanickam M.S., M.Ch.,


Specialized Lung & Esophageal Cancer Surgeon

Dr. Saravana Rajamanickam is an authority in the field of thoracic oncology and specialises in the treatment of mediastinal tumours, lung cancer, and esophageal cancer. Oncology is a somewhat uncommon field, and most parts of the nation have few experts in it. In order to lessen the discomfort and difficulties associated with treating such tumours, he is particularly interested in performing surgeries using "Minimally Invasive" techniques and cutting-edge technologies, including robotics. He is engaged in research to develop new lung cancer treatment plans in addition to his clinical activities.

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Scarless Thyroid Surgery

The newest type of thyroid surgery, scarless robotic thyroid surgery, has some truly remarkable advantages for patients. Robotic thyroid surgery involves primarily performing scarless thyroid surgery. If you are thinking about having thyroid surgery, you should check into scarless thyroid surgery. Only a few surgeons worldwide execute the scarless thyroid surgery, which is the most recent type of thyroid surgery. We take pride in being one of the few institutions offering this top-notch operation. Thangam Robotic Institute.

Robotic Total Thyroidectomy

The thyroid gland is reached during a robotic thyroidectomy by an incision under the arm. An axillary approach is what is being used here. This 5-7cm long incision is concealed, not out in the open like neck scars from open or even many endoscopic thyroidectomies. There is a further, extremely small (5 mm) chest incision.

Among the benefits are

  • No neck incision is present.
  • better vantage point for the surgeon
  • Simple operations lead to improved outcomes.

Robotic Hemi-thyroidectomy

Half of the thyroid gland is removed during a hemithyroidectomy. This procedure, commonly referred to as a thyroid lobectomy or partial thyroidectomy, removes symptomatic or cancerous nodules. It might also be used to treat hyperthyroidism, especially if the condition is brought on by a single toxic thyroid nodule that is developing on the thyroid gland and causing the overproduction of thyroid hormone.

Robotic Parathyroid Surgery

When the parathyroid adenoma has been pre-operatively localised, robotic parathyroidectomy is a revolutionary surgical method in the treatment of primary hyperparathyroidism. Following a period of surgical evolution from cervicotomy and 4-gland exploration to a variety of minimally invasive, open, and endoscopic, targeted methods, it constitutes the "fourth generation" in the evolution of parathyroid surgery.