Gynecological surgery without scars at the San Carlo di Nancy in Rome
With gynecological surgery with “scarless” approach (without scars) we aim for reduce
minimum the invasiveness of the surgical interventions so that patients have a quick recovery
post-operative with lower pain and better aesthetic results with the same radicality of resection
surgical“. Dr. Cristiano Rossitto, head of the Gynecology operating unit
of the San Carlo di Nancy hospital in Rome, Thus summarizes the benefits of modern “ultra mini-invasive” surgery.
Gynecological surgery, minimally invasive approaches
With the term scarless all the minimally invasive approaches are identified which aim to reduce the surgical impact of the interventions on the patient. “It’s about a state-of-the-art surgical approach, – continues Dr. Rossitto, coordinator of the ECM course dedicated to “ultra-minimally invasive” gynecological surgery – used in very few centers in Italy and abroad, which we are able to make available at the San Carlo di Nancy hospital thanks to the specialized team and the latest generation technologies”.
As some studies in the sector demonstrate, from the point of view of the patient, the scar represents the memory of the surgery as well as being the cause of pain and sometimes disastrous aesthetic results. Being able to minimize the scar allows for a better post-operative recovery and a better approach to surgery by the patient. It should also not be forgotten that, with this kind of surgery, It is possible to minimize all that series of complications related to the scars themselves, such as infections, conventions and keloids.
Treatment of many benign pathologies
The first uses of this approach were conducted in the context of cancer treatment
gynecological. Today this type of more accessible surgery as it is usable, after
adequate and careful evaluation of the patient’s problems, also for the
Treatment of many benign pathologies.
In the group of pathologies to which this approach can be applied, it obviously falls within
traditional laparoscopic surgery, but also the approaches they further reduce
the invalidity of the surgical gesture, such as surgery single port which is performed through the
umbilical incision only, minilaparoscopic surgery, which uses instruments with a
diameter of 3mm, and the latest upgrade in this field is percutaneous laparoscopic surgery
which uses miniaturized instruments that are introduced into the abdomen through the skin e
which are characterized by a diameter of less than 3mm.
Scarless surgery – Surgery without scars. “Ultra-minimally invasive” surgery in Gynecology
The aim of the course is to present the state of the art of this approach for interventions
gynecological surgery, through an organized day in theoretical-practical sessions e
video-live surgery with discussion of the cases and surgical techniques proposed.
The course is open to 100 participants and gives the right to 9.6 CME credits for surgeons
specialists in general surgery, gynecology and obstetrics, anesthesia and resuscitation e
General medicine (family doctors).