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  • Delayed Recognition of Illiac Artery Injury during Laparoscopic Surgery
    of Obstetrics and Gynecology Stanford University Medical School Stanford CA 94304 USA Abstract Vascular injury is one of the major complications of laparoscopic surgery Prompt diagnosis is crucial for proper management of this potentially life threatening complication Two cases of iliac artery puncture occurred during operative laparoscopy The injuries were not diagnosed immediately probably due to the initial accumulation of blood in the retroperitoneum Significant damage to large blood vessels

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  • Diagnosis and Origins of Endometriomas
    or two ovarian chocolate cysts of 3 cm or more were investigated INTERVENTIONS Laparoscopy and random biopsy versus a new technique of ovarioscopy and selective biopsy MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE Visual characteristics and histopathology of endometrial cysts RESULTS The clinical suspicion of an endometrioma was confirmed in a series of 59 hemorrhagic cysts by histopathology in 89 and 42 respectively of typical and atypical cases and in 27 of recurrent chocolate cysts in the presence of postoperative adhesions The atraumatic technique of ovarioscopy allowed description of the typical characteristics of the inner wall of the endometrioma and location of the active implants for biopsy Endometrial tissue was obtained by small ovarioscopy guided biopsies in 82 of the cases versus 42 in large random biopsies Red lesions were highly significant for a mucosa type implant and were predominantly located at the site of invagination stigma and adhesions with the pelvic wall CONCLUSIONS Endoscopy of ovarian chocolate cysts allows observation of typical features of the wall that differentiates it from other benign cysts of the ovary Microbiopsies obtained under endo ovarian endoscopy provided significantly more active endometrial tissue than random biopsies The data confirm that in most cases the endometrioma is formed by

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  • Diagnosis of Stage I Endometriosis: Comparing Visual Inspection to Histologic Biopsy Specimen
    taken from 104 patients undergoing laparoscopy for evaluation of chronic pelvic pain thought to be caused by endometriosis MEASUREMENTS AND MAIN RESULTS Accuracy of laparoscopic findings compared with histology proved endometriosis by severity of disease and location of endometriotic lesions Overall PPV per patient was 86 5 which was 75 8 for stage I disease compared with 89 7 100 and 90 6 respectively for disease stages II to IV

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  • Dysmenorrhea is Related to the Number of Implants in Endometriosis Patients
    implants and the number and or location of adhesions Prospective double blind study Seventy consecutive female surgical patients undergoing diagnostic and operative laparoscopy for pain infertility or both Patients completed a self administered questionnaire one day before laparoscopy The number type and location of endometrial implants and the number type and location of adhesions were evaluated during laparoscopy These were compared with the type and severity of endometriosis symptoms as

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  • Endometriosis of The Diaphragm: Four Cases Treated With a Combination of Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy
    with diaphragmatic endometriosis at our institution DESIGN Case series Canadian Task Force Classification II2 SETTING Tertiary care referral center PATIENTS Four women with diaphragmatic endometriosis INTERVENTIONS Laparoscopy and thoracoscopy MEASUREMENTS We retrospectively reviewed the charts of 4 consecutive women with diaphragmatic endometriosis who underwent laparoscopy and thoracoscopy from June 2008 through September 2008 MAIN RESULTS Four patients underwent a combination of laparoscopy for treatment of abdominopelvic endometriosis and thoracoscopy for treatment of diaphragmatic endometriosis All patients had a history of chest pain Three had a history of pelvic pain Two had a history of catamenial hemothorax or pneumothorax Two had been previously diagnosed with endometriosis and three had a history of hormonal pharmacotherapy All underwent laparoscopy and thoracoscopy without complications All had uneventful recoveries At nine month follow up all patients were free of chest pain and one patient had recurring pelvic pain CONCLUSIONS To the best of our knowledge this constitutes the only reported series of patients with endometriosis who underwent a procedure systematically combining both laparoscopy and thoracoscopy for treatment of abdominopelvic and thoracic disease It confirms that combined laparoscopic and thoracoscopic diagnosis and management of diaphragmatic endometriosis is reasonable The inferior aspect of the diaphragm should be

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  • Endometriosis of the Intestine and Genitourinary Tract
    p 343 974 Abstract As with other organs the etiology of bowel endometriosis is unknown Its occurrence was reported as early as 1922 by Sampson Following his investigation of nineteen cases he proposed that implantation adenoma of endometrial type of

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  • Endometriosis: Insights Into Its Pathogenesis and Treatment
    12 178 81 Abstract Clinical and basic science research in endometriosis has been severely hampered by the lack of accurate noninvasive diagnostic tools The advent of powerful genomic and proteomic technology may help elucidate the etiology and pathophysiology of this

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  • Endoscopic infertility surgery
    in 1910 there has been a dramatic change in the pattern of and approach to the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases of the female reproductive organs The advances in techniques of operative endoscopy in high technology and in instrumentation such as endoscopes video cameras and videomonitors have made it possible to perform laparoscopically many of the infertility related procedures previously requiring laparotomy The advantages of such surgery are the

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