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Surgical Innovations

Our surgeons are performing the most advanced surgical procedures, some with the use of robots, to help treat a wide array of health conditions. Learn more about the leading edge, innovative work being done in the Department of Surgery at BIDMC.

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Latest Advancements in Surgery

» LINX: An Innovative Treatment for Acid Reflux

» Can Video Games Help Train Surgeons?

» Surgical Solutions: Options Expand for Weight Loss Surgery

» Surgery of the Future: Surgeons Using Printers to Make 3-D Patient Models


VIDEOS: Surgical Innovations
New LINX Procedure for GERD and Heartburn Sufferers
LINX: New Hope for Heartburn Sufferers
Robotic Colorectal Surgery Offers Fewer Risks, More Benefits

Robotic Colorectal Surgery Offers Fewer Risks, More Benefits
Minimally Invasive Surgery to Treat Fibroids

Minimally Invasive Surgery for Fibroids
Single-Incision Surgery to Treat Kidney Tumors  Single Incision Surgery to Treat Kidney Tumors

surgeonLeading-Edge Procedures

» Treating and Saving the Aging Voice
» CyberKnife Treatment for Pancreatic Cancer
» Kidney Tumor Program Sets the Standard
» Aortic Aneurysm Repair Made Easy: No Incisions
with New Method

» Minimally Invasive Spinal Fusion Surgery Spares Complications
» Hernia Repair: Is Laparoscopic Always Best?


Robotic Surgery

» New: State Advisory On Robotic Surgery - Learn More
Surgeon at a robotic console» Video-Assisted Surgery for Lung Cancer
» Boston's First Single-Incision Robotic Gallbladder Surgery Done at BIDMC
» The Facts on Open vs. Robotic Proastatectomy
» BIDMC Surgeons First in Boston to Perform Robotic Pancreatectomy


Surgery for Womenfemale patient talks to doctor

» Incisionless Sterilization Gaining Popularity
» Laparoscopic Hysterectomy Procedures on the Rise
» Minimally Invasive Procedure Effective for Treating Fibroids in Some Women


Surgery Basics

surgeons» How to Select a Surgeon
» Surgery: A Nurse's Perspective
» Questions to Ask Your Doctor Before Having Surgery
» When it Comes to Surgery, Age is Just Part
of the Equation

» Anesthesia Q & A
» Clinical Pathway: What it is and Why You Need One

Contact Information

Department of Surgery
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
West Campus, Lowry Medical Office Building
110 Francis St.
Boston, MA 02215
617-632-9581

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