New Procedure for Cancer Patients at Semmelweis Uni
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A new procedure has been added to the therapeutic option for gynecological cancer patients involving minimally invasive intervention in the tumor surgery center of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic of Semmelweis University (SE), according to profitline.hu.
With Da Vinci robotic technology, which has been available since July, additional patients can be included in the less stressful surgical procedure.
SE said that after breast cancer, uterine cancer is the most common disease among gynecological malignancies, with 1,000-1,200 new cases diagnosed each year.
The latest international practices recommend using a minimally invasive surgical technique to remove uterine tumors.
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