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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

VIDEO: Robot-assisted operation for vaginal prolapse

It’s more common than you may think.

Vaginal prolapse (also called pelvic organ prolapse, or vaginal organ prolapse) is what happens when organs inside the pelvis fall, bulge or protrude into the vaginal wall. This condition is due to weakened muscles or ligaments that can occur from a number of causes, including childbirth, previous surgeries, and obesity. If you have signs and symptoms of vaginal prolapse, learning more about this condition (and discovering you have options!) can lead to a better way of life.

The 4:39 long video shows how the surgical procedure goes. Watch it.


Date: 15 Jun 2010
Lenght: 4m 40s
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Keywords: OB/GYN  General Surgery
Posted by: Symposier
Uploaded and Shared in Youtube by: UMMCVideos — In this five-minute video, Dr. Vadim Morozov performs the Robot-Assisted Moschcowitz Procedure. This procedure is used to treat vaginal prolapse in patients who have undergone hysterectomies. As he operates, Dr. Morozov discusses the history of the Moschcowitz Procedure and takes viewers through a detailed, step-by-step explanation of its individual components. While explaining the procedure, Dr. Morozov also highlights the surgical benefits offered to both the patient and surgeon as a result of performing the procedure with robotic instruments from the da Vinci Surgical System. Related Links: Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Health Robotic Surgery Program Preparing for Surgery FAQ Physicians and Staff

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