Minimally Invasive Surgery for Gynecologic Cancer  QA
Associate Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Dr. Edward Tanner, discusses the benefits, risks and recovery of minimally invasive surgery for gynecologic cancers. 0:11 What is minimally invasive surgery? 0:48 What are the minimally invasive surgical options? (briefly define laparoscopic, robotic, single site, etc.) 1:43 Which gynecologic cancer patients are good candidates for minimally invasive surgery? 2:12 Is minimally invasive surgery an option for all types of women’s cancers? 2:40 What are the risks of minimally invasive surgery? 3:11 What are the benefits of minimally invasive surgery for cancer patients? 3:38 Will a patient still need chemotherapy and/or radiation after having surgery? 4:22 Describe recovery. 4:50 Why should a patient choose care from a gynecologic oncologist? 5:42 Why choose Johns Hopkins for minimally invasive surgery?