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Get a never-before-seen look inside the OR with "The Doctors" in a daytime television first as gynecological surgeon Dr. Warren Volker performs a total laparoscopic hysterectomy in real time during the show.
The Doctors takes you inside the OR as one woman undergoes a high-tech hysterectomy in real time
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Judie, who was worried that her decaying teeth would mean she wouldn't be able to smile on her wedding day, sees her new smile for the first time.
Go inside the OR with "The Doctors" as gynecological surgeon Dr. Warren Volker performs a total laparoscopic hysterectomy. The minimally invasive procedure involves removing the entire uterus, including the cervix, through the vagina.
Demand for hazmat suits increased dramatically in the wake of health care workers in the United States being infected with the Ebola virus, but would one of the suits help protect you from an epidemic?
A new study shows that a urine test could be more accurate than a pap smear in screening for cervical cancer. But OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains why it likely won’t eliminate the need for an annual pap smear.
Watch as cosmetic dentist Dr. Bill Dorfman and oral and maxillofacial surgeon Steven Kupferman perform the surgery to extract Judie's teeth, reconstruct her jaw and place her dentures so she can smile on her wedding day.
Meet the patient to learn why she has opted for a total hysterectomy, and watch as gynecological surgeon Dr. Warren Volker makes the first incision and examines her abdomen.