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Meridian Single-Site Surgery

What is Single-Site Surgery?

Recover faster with a virtually scarless procedure

What is Single-Site Surgery?

Single-Site Surgery is a non-robotic, minimally invasive surgical procedure in which the surgeon operates almost exclusively through a single entry point, typically the patient’s navel. Unlike a traditional multi-port laparoscopic approach with up to four incisions, single-site surgery leaves only a single small scar.

Benefits of Single-Site Surgery

Because there is only one incision, patients typically recover faster from single-site surgery. Depending on the type of surgery, patients are usually able to go home the same day. Also, many patients prefer the aesthetic results of a virtually scarless procedure.

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Single Site Gallbladder Surgery

In this Medical Minute, Dr. William Billups, III, discusses single site gallbladder removal which is the latest, most innovative surgical treatment for the disease.

Single-Site Hysterectomy

In this Medical Minute, Dr. Dan McKiever discusses single-site hysterectomy, a virtually scarless procedure offered at Anderson Regional Medical Center.

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