Robotically Assisted Single Site Sacrocolpopexy

Nancy Tang, MD1, John Wagner, MD2. 1Maimonides Medical Center, 2Huntington Hospital

Cystoceles and rectoceles are common findings in women after childbearing and often occur concomitantly. Although abdominal sacrocolpopexy is the gold standard in apical prolapse repair, newer techniques including robotically assisted laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy have made significant strides in reducing patient morbidity as well as length of hospital stay. We present a case of a 45yo multiparous female with grade 2 cystocle and rectocele, who had failed a previous repair using a vaginal approach, who underwent a robotically assisted single site sacrocolpopexy.

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