Minimally invasive apical sacropexy: a retrospective review of laparoscopic and robotic operating room experiences.

@article{Pulliam2012MinimallyIA,
  title={Minimally invasive apical sacropexy: a retrospective review of laparoscopic and robotic operating room experiences.},
  author={Samantha J. Pulliam and Milena M. Weinstein and May M Wakamatsu},
  journal={Female pelvic medicine & reconstructive surgery},
  year={2012},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={122-6}
}
OBJECTIVES Minimally invasive apical sacropexies (MI-APSC) can be performed using robotics or laparoscopy. We hypothesized that operative characteristics of MI-APSC, laparoscopic (LSC) and robotic (RSC), were similar. The objective of our study was to compare operative characteristics, objective prolapse outcomes, and robotic learning curve. METHODS… CONTINUE READING