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ROSA Robot

The ROSA (Robotized Stereotactic Assistant) Robot The ROSA (Robotized Stereotactic Assistant) Robot is one of the latest breakthroughs in neurosurgery in the treatment of epilepsy. The device makes procedures less invasive, significantly shorter, improves surgical accuracy and minimizes the risk of pain or infection. Overall, the technology makes for a safer surgery procedure. UAMS is [...]

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Cancer Treatments

Treatments Gamma Knife Perfexion Infusion Centers Medical Oncology/ Hematology Mohs Micrographic Surgery Radiation Oncology Robotic Surgery Stem Cell Transplantation Surgical Oncology TomoTherapy

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Robotic Surgery

Robotic Surgery If you are looking for the newest surgical procedures that allows you to recover quickly and return to your regular activities, UAMS is here to serve you. As the only teaching hospital in Arkansas, we offer the most current medical advances. Today's surgeon is required to perform many difficult procedures that would [...]

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Cancer

Cancer Offering the expertise of specialists in various fields, our team members at the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute create the best personalized treatment plan for you. Providing this kind of customized care requires the kind of options that you will find only at an academic health care facility like UAMS. Breast Cancer Colon and [...]

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UAMS Testicular Cancer Patient First to Have Robotic Surgery

July 15, 2011 | Mohamed Kamel, M.D., a urologic-oncologist at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), recently performed the first minimally invasive robotic surgery in Arkansas to remove lymph nodes in a patient with testicular cancer.

By | July 15th, 2011|Medical News, UAMS News|0 Comments

UAMS Throat Cancer Patient First for Robotic Surgery

June 24, 2011 | The cancer in Pat Longinotti’s throat was in a surgical no man’s land – at the base of his tongue.

By | June 24th, 2011|Medical News, UAMS News|0 Comments