Robot-assisted laparoscopic pelvic floor surgery: Review

Yair Daykan*, Reut Rotem, Barry A. O'Reilly

*Corresponding author for this work

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Minimally invasive surgical techniques have become more common in pelvic floor reconstructive urogynaecological surgery, specifically, robotic-assisted pelvic floor surgery. Female pelvic floor anatomy is complex, and some repairs require highly experienced surgical skills that can be gained more easily using robotic-assisted surgery. A common application of the robotic platform in urogynaecological surgeries includes sacrocolpopexy, which has become the gold standard approach in the last decade for the correction of apical prolapse. Additional procedures include sacrohysteropexy, sacrocervicopexy, fistula repair, and complex procedures involving the bladder and other pelvic organs. Despite its increasing use and clear benefit in our field, data in the literature and, in particular, randomised controlled trials are sparse. This review provides an update, incorporating recently published literature and our personal experience in that field.

Original languageEnglish
Article number102418
JournalBest Practice and Research: Clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology
StatePublished - Dec 2023


  • Hysteropexy
  • Pelvic floor repair
  • Robotic-assisted surgery
  • Sacrocolpopexy


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