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More About Robot Hysterectomy

Robot Hysterectomy Surgery is designed to be a minimally evasive procedure in which small incisions are made in the abdomen that instruments are then passed through. The magnified 3-D internal view that the robot provides enables the surgeon to see what he is doing. A power morcellator is often used to cut the uterus into small pieces that can then be removed through the tiny incisions made in the abdomen, thus enabling this procedure to be "minimally invasive". However, morcellation has been shown to carry this risk of spreading cancer tissue to the body: a deadly risk that manufacturers do not warn of. Additionally, robotic surgery has not shown any benefit over traditional laparoscopic hysterectomy, as both are minimally invasive and the traditional surgery does not carry as high risks as the robotic surgery.

Signs & Symptoms

Cancer can present with a variety of symptoms depending upon the organs and tissues effected. With morcellation, the most common cancer is uterine cancer, also known as uterine sarcoma. Symptoms of uterine sarcoma are bleeding that is not part of the menstrual cycle, bleeding after menopause, frequent urination, abnormal discharge, a mass in the vagina, pain or a feeling of fullness in the abdomen, and pain or pressure in the pelvic region.

Diagnosis

To test for uterine sarcoma, a gynecologist will conduct a pelvic exam, as well as a Pap smear to collect cells from the surface of the cervix and vagina to test for abnormal cells. The gynecologist may also conduct a trans-vaginal ultrasound exam to see deeper into the internal organs and look for tumors and other abnormalities. A biopsy is sometimes necessary as well in order to definitively determine the presence of cancer. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with uterine cancer, or another form of cancer, and underwent a robot hysterectomy you could be eligible for financial compensation. Let Lawsuit Winning help get you the financial compensation that you deserve – complete the free and easy claim review form today.

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