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  • Laparoscopic proctectomy for infiltrating endometriosis of the rectum
    org ORGANIZATION Center for Special Pelvic Surgery Fertility and Endoscopy Center Atlanta Georgia Abstract Proctectomy for deep endometriosis of the rectal wall was performed without laparotomy Although laparoscopic pelvic surgery and transperineal proctectomy with primary double stapled anastomosis are established procedures in gynecological and gastrointestinal surgery this is the first reported case in which these procedures are combined to mobilize the rectum and perform an extracorporeal transanal rectal resection and

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  • Laparoscopic Radical Hysterectomy and Laparoscopically Assisted Vaginal Radical Hysterectomy with Pelvic and Paraaortic Node Dissection
    Ceana H Nezhat MD www nezhat org ORGANIZATION J Gynecol Surg 9 105 1993 Abstract Nineteen women underwent laparoscopic radical hysterectomy or laparoscopically assisted vaginal radical hysterectomy with pelvic node dissection and paraaortic node dissection when indicated One procedure was converted to laparotomy due to equipment failure at The University of Puerto Rico There were two minor postoperative complications The first febrile morbidity resulting from a urinary tract infection responded

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  • Laparoscopic Radical Hysterectomy with Paraaortic and Pelvic Node Dissection
    MD Benedict B Benigno MD Charles E Welander MD www nezhat org ORGANIZATION Am J Obstet Gynecol 1992 166 864 5 Abstract We report the first case of a laparoscopic radical hysterectomy an paraaortic and pelvic lymphadenectomy to treat a

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  • Laparoscopic Removal of Dermoid Cysts
    Gynecol 73 278 1989 Abstract Nine reproductive age women underwent removal of unilateral or bilateral dermoid cysts via laparoscopy Over a follow up period of 12 42 months there were no immediate or long term complications Four patients have had

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  • Laparoscopic Removal of the Cervical Stump after Supracervical Hysterectomy for Persistent Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis
    secondary to the treatment of endometriosis or adhesions both of which contraindicated a vaginal approach A vaginal approach would not have allowed treatment of endometriosis involving the rectosigmoid colon and it is unlikely that pain relief would be adequate Five women had extensive pelvic endometriosis despite having had supracervical hysterectomy Four of the five also had undergone bilateral salpingo oophorectomy Severe adhesions were present in all women especially intestinal and

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  • Laparoscopic Repair of a Vesicovaginal Fistula: A Case Report
    laparoscopy was performed for the management of ovarian remnant syndrome involving the bladder bowel vagina and ureters and requiring extensive dissection A vesicovaginal fistula developed postoperatively CASE Because of the complexity and location of the fistula a vaginal approach was not appropriate Using techniques of videolaparoscopy videocystoscopy and operative laparoscopy the fistula was repaired CONCLUSION In experienced hands endoscopic management of complex vesicovaginal fistulas may be an alternative to the

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  • Laparoscopic Repair of Gastric Perforation Secondary to Umbilical Trocar Insertion
    postmenopausal woman was scheduled to undergo laparoscopic treatment of an 8 cm simple ovarian cyst During abdominal entry umbilical trocar insertion caused a gastric perforation that was diagnosed immediately and repaired laparoscopically Following completion of the procedure the patient was observed for 24 hours with a nasogastric tube in place and was discharged to home on the second postoperative day without further complications The possibility of gastric distension and perforation

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  • Laparoscopic repair of small bowel and colon. A report of 26 cases
    preoperatively The indication for operative laparoscopy was endometriosis 18 severe abdominal adhesive disease 7 and adhesions with Crohn s disease 1 Enterotomies were secondary either to CO2 laser vaporization or excision of endometriosis and or lysis of adhesions 23 and trocar insertion 3 The injuries included small bowel enterotomies 9 colotomies 4 and rectotomies 13 No clinical complications related to enterotomy repair were noted Twenty three patients were discharged 1

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