[...] knowing some of the published data relating to this surgery is both useful and necessary. [...] studies that evaluate long-term outcomes of robot-assisted gynecologic surgery are needed to assess survival, effects on quality of life, postoperative function, and durability.8 Nonetheless, a growing body of evidence supports the premise that robots represent a signifi cant advance in the fi eld of gynecologic surgery, reaping considerable benefi ts for patients and clinicians.
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