“Robotic surgery is about measured, precise gestures. Elegance in the movements that I see in the
beauty of the final result” Dr. A.Darecchio
Abdominal wall, anatomy and pathophysiology
diastasis recti and hernias, robotic intervention, the most modern method
Thanks to particular fluorescent filters it is possible to have a real time mapping of blood lines not visible to the naked eye. A great innovation for the benefit of safety and precision.
Anatomy of linea alba, diastasis robotic surgery
The Dr Darecchio grace the magnified view of robotic surgery illustrates the anatomy of linea alba and pathophysiology of diastasis.
High definition abdominal wall after robotic diastasis surgery
Abdominal wall anatomy definition robotic intervention
Diastasis and cesarean section, two different entities
There is no correlation the formation of a diastasis that develops slowly during the nine months of pregnancy and the cesarean section performed at the time of delivery. The two entities are quite distinct.
Diastasis excess skin robotic surgery (peristalsis signs and symptoms)
Periumbilical radiating stretch marks, dystrophic and excess skin due to large rectus abdominis diastasis abdominal. Case resolved in robotic surgery without transposition or reimplantation of the umbilicus. Dr. Darecchio