Aster Centre for Robotic Liver Surgery functioning under Aster Integrated Liver Care is a specialized department dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of liver conditions using robotic-assisted technology.
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What types of liver surgeries can be performed using robotic technology?
Robotic technology can be used for various liver surgeries, including:
- Liver resections: Robotic-assisted liver resections involve the removal of liver tumors or diseased portions of the liver while preserving healthy liver tissue.
- Liver cyst removal: Robotic surgery can be employed to remove cysts or fluid-filled sacs from the liver.
- Liver transplantation: While less common, robotic technology has been used in some liver transplant procedures to assist with the intricate surgical tasks.
How does robotic liver surgery work?
Robotic liver surgery utilizes a robotic surgical system consisting of robotic arms equipped with specialized surgical instruments. The surgeon controls the robot from a console, where they can view a high-definition, 3D images of the surgical site. The surgeon's hand movements are translated into precise movements of the robotic arms, allowing for intricate and precise surgical maneuvers.
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