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  • Laparoscopic Hysterectomy and Bilateral Salpingo-oophorectomy Using Multifire GIA Surgical Stapler
    Silfen MD www nezhat org ORGANIZATION J Gynecol Surg 6 287 1990 Abstract A laparoscopic hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo oophorectomy was performed on a 42 year old patient with pelvic pain and long standing endometriosis A prototype titanium Multifire GIA

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  • Laparoscopic Hysterectomy with and without a Robot: Stanford Experience
    performed 10 with bilateral salpingo oophorectomy These were compared with 50 matched control standard LH 22 with bilateral salpingooophorectomy The 2 groups were matched by age P 0 49 body mass index P 0 25 gravidity P 0 11 previous abdomino pelvic surgery P 0 37 and size of the excised uterus P 0 72 Mean surgical time for RALH was 276 minutes range 150 to 440 compared with 206

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  • Laparoscopic Management of 15 Patients with Infiltrating Endometriosis of the Bladder and a Case of Primary Intravesical Endometrioid Adenosarcoma
    Location and characteristics of endometriotic bladder nodules RESULT S Laparoscopic and cystoscopic evaluation confirmed that the endometriotic lesions were penetrating through the bladder wall In 8 patients the lesions were located in the dome of the bladder In the remaining 7 the lesions were in the posterior wall above the trigone It was possible to treat all the lesions by performing a laparoscopic partial cystectomy No intraoperative complications occurred Deeply

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  • Laparoscopic Management of a Noncommunicating Uterine Horn in a Patient with an Acute Abdomen
    7 No 1 pp 56 59 Abstract A 13 year old girl with a history of cloacal anomalies presented with acute abdominal pain Abdominal ultrasound was not definitive and vaginal probe ultrasound was precluded by the patients stenotic vagina Magnetic resonance imaging delineated a left hematometra and hematosalpinx as well as a more normal appearing right hemiuterus Operative laparoscopy was used to lyse the extensive pelvic adhesions in a patient

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  • Laparoscopic Management of a Unicornuate Uterus With Two Cavitated, Non-communicating Rudimentary Horns: Case Report
    year old nulligravid woman presented with severe dysmenorrhoea secondary to stage IV revised American Fertility Society endometriosis right haematosalpinx right endometrioma unicornuate uterus and two cavitated non communicating rudimentary uterine horns To our knowledge this is the first reported case of a unicornuate uterus accompanied by two rudimentary horns Operative video laparoscopy proved a successful approach for treating this previously unreported variant of congenital Müllerian anomaly A review of the

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  • Laparoscopic Management of Genitourinary Endometriosis
    Presented are the results of laparoscopic management in these patients We performed segmental bladder resection in six patients and ureteral resection and reanastomosis in two Nine additional patients underwent partial resection of the ureteral wall for complete removal of endometrial implants The ureter was repaired with 4 0 PDS in seven patients and a stent was left in place for 4 to 6 weeks Two required only a stent due

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  • Laparoscopic Management of Hepatic Endometriosis: Report of Two Cases and Review of the Literature
    www nezhat org ORGANIZATION J Minim Invasive Gynecol 2005 May Jun 12 3 196 200 Abstract Hepatic endometriosis is rare Only 15 cases have been reported in the literature All 15 were treated by laparotomy We report two additional cases of hepatic endometriosis managed for the first time laparoscopically Endometriosis is a progressive disease especially in women of reproductive age One of the differential diagnoses of liver endometriosis is malignancy

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  • Laparoscopic Management of Intentional and Unintentional Cystotomy
    org ORGANIZATION J Urology 0022 5347 96 1564 1400 Abstract With advanced laparoscopic procedures such as treatment of extensive pelvic adhesions and severe endometriosis hysterectomy or retropubic urethropexy there is a risk of bladder injury The conventional approach to intraperitoneal bladder injury is celiotomy and repair of the perforation in multiple layers This complication can be treated successfully at laparoscopy regardless of whether partial cystectomy was done intentionally to treat

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