Healthy Living: Robotic-Assisted Prostate Surgery Becoming More Common

Physicians at Baptist Health-Fort Smith have been performing robotic-assisted surgeries for more than a decade. This type of surgery can result in less pain, faster recovery and shorter hospital stay compared to open surgery. Dr. Kyle Basham, a urologist with Baptist Health Urology Clinic-Fort Smith, explains how he uses the technology to treat prostate cancer.

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