Robotic Sacrocolpopexy in Pelvic Organ Prolapse

A Review of Current Literature

Dmitry Y. Pushkar; George R. Kasyan; Alexander A. Popov


Curr Opin Urol. 2021;31(6):531-536. 

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Although all methods of sacrocolpopexy tend to yield similar clinical outcomes, the RSC appears to offer some advantages over traditional ones in long-term studies. Despite all the achievements, the search for new materials and fixation options, and additional tools continues. RSC is challenging in obese and elderly patients, although it does not increase the recurrence rate. Single-site and single-port RSC might become a new trend but the data on this is very limited at this moment. Vaginal hysterectomy in combination with RSC increases the risk of complications.