Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery for Lung Procedures, Lung Cancer in South Carolina
Spartanburg Regional provides minimally invasive robotic surgery to treat early lung cancer and benign lung diseases.
Traditionally, a large, painful incision called a thoracotomy was used to treat stage 1 and stage 2 lung cancer patients. Now, with the use of robot-assisted technology and video assisted thoracic surgery (VATS or thoracoscopy), patients and thoracic surgical oncologists at Spartanburg Regional have other options for treating lung cancer and performing lung surgery.
Robotic lobectomy, lung procedures and benefits
Am I a candidate for robotic lobectomy or robotic lung surgery?
About lung cancer
Confidence in Spartanburg Regional Robotics for Your Lung Surgery or Lobectomy
Spartanburg Regional has has performed the greatest number of surgeries and has the most comprehensive robotic program in South Carolina, and was the first hospital in the state to complete a minimally invasive, total port-access robotic assisted lung surgery for early lung cancer.
If you think you might be a candidate for a robot assisted lobectomy or robotic lung surgery, contact Robotic Surgery at Spartanburg Regional for more information or to ask for a referral.