Local doctor performs state’s first robotic kidney...
by Staff Reports
06:33 PM, Monday, October 20
Dr. Scott Miller, a urologist with Georgia Urology’s Northside Tower robotics office in Sandy Springs, earlier this month performed Georgia’s first robotic kidney removal using Intuitive Surgical’s da Vinci Xi surgical system. The system is an adv...

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