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  • Laparoscopic Treatment of Endometriosis with Laser and Videocamera Augmentation (Videolaseroscopy)
    to treat an increased number of diseases of the reproductive organs by using the laser through the laparoscope This article reviews the results of 857 patients with endometriosis who were treated using the CO2 laser laparoscopically with videocamera augmentation videolaseroscopy Of 201 infertility patients followed for at least 18 months 132 66 achieved pregnancy Of 270 patients with pelvic pain 210 77 patients experienced no pain after 1 year We

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  • Laparoscopic treatment of infiltrative rectosigmoid colon and rectovaginal septum endometriosis by the technique of videolaparoscopy and the CO2 laser
    of Douglas and anterior wall of the rectosigmoid colon DESIGN Observational study with 1 5 year follow up SETTING Sub specialty practice Endometriosis clinic and centre for special pelvic surgery SUBJECTS 185 women aged 25 41 years All had pelvic endometriosis and were referred because of the failure of previous medical and or surgical treatment INTERVENTIONS Vaporization and excision of endometriotic implants and nodules ureterolysis ureteric stents laparoscopic anterior rectal wall resection and reanastomosis presacral neurectomy laparoscopic hysterectomy salpingo oophorectomy and appendicectomy using the CO2 laser MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES 174 patients were followed for 1 5 years after surgery by office visit questionnaire or telephone interview Eleven were lost to follow up RESULTS 175 patients were discharged within 24 h Nine with bowel perforations and one with a partial bowel resection were discharged 2 4 days postoperatively Two patients required ureteric stents which were removed 6 weeks postoperatively without sequelae 162 women reported moderate to complete pain relief 145 after one procedure 13 after two and four after three 12 reported persistent or worse pain following the surgery Seven eventually underwent total hysterectomy four had bowel resections and one had a salpingo oophorectomy Of 61 with infertility 25 achieved pregnancy

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  • Laparoscopic Treatment of Obstructed Ureter Due to Endometriosis by Resection and Ureteroureterostomy: A Case Report
    A Case Report AUTHORS Camran Nezhat Farr Nezhat Bruce Green www nezhat org ORGANIZATION J of Urology Vol 148 865 868 September 1992 Abstract Partial ureteral resection and ureteroureterostomy were accomplished using operative laparoscopy in a 36 year old woman

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  • Laparoscopic treatment of symptomatic diaphragmatic endometriosis: a case report
    Mercer University School of Medicine Macon Georgia Abstract Extreme caution and meticulous surgery are imperative when treating the surface of the diaphragm This procedure should only be performed by an experienced laparoscopic surgeon after appropriate consultation with a cardiothoracic surgeon Proper care a thorough understanding of surrounding anatomic structures and familiarity with laparoscopic instrumentation including the CO2 laser are required for the safe laser vaporization or excision of any peritoneal

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  • Laparoscopic Treatment of Type IV Rectovaginal Fistula
    Raga F Nezhat CR www nezhat org ORGANIZATION J Am Assoc Gynecol Laparosc 1998 Aug 5 3 297 9 Abstract Fistulas between the anorectum and vagina may arise from several causes Treatment depends on their etiology and location as well as the surgeon s experience Operative laparoscopy was successful in two women with type IV mid rectovaginal fistula in whom previous surgical attempts failed Our experience suggests that mid and

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  • Laparoscopic Ureteroneocystostomy and Vesicopsoas Hitch for Infiltrative Endometriosis
    other patient was diagnosed with severe endometriosis of the rectum bladder and ureter at the time of the procedure She was referred for evaluation of an incidental finding of hydroureter and hydronephrosis Three patients were treated with gonadotrophin releasing hormone GnRH analog for at least 3 months preoperatively Five patients had ureteral stents in place prior to the psoas hitch surgery No intra or postoperative complications occurred All patients had

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  • Laparoscopic Ureteroneocystostomy and Vesicopsoas Hitch with Double Ureter for Infiltrative Endometriosis: A Case Report
    conditions together is extremely rare To our knowledge this is the first description in the medical literature of a laparoscopic ureteroneocystostomy and vesicopsoas hitch in the setting of a double ureter for the treatment of infiltrative endometriosis CASE A 31 year old multigravid woman with a history of severe endometriosis involving the urogenital tract and complete duplication of the right renal collecting system as well as a right ureterovaginal fistula

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  • Laparoscopic Ureteroureterostomy: A Prospective Follow-up of 9 Patients
    treated between September 1991 and September 1997 by ureteral transection or resection with primary laparoscopic repair by ureteroureterostomy 8 procedures and ureteroneocystostomy 2 procedures Results All operations were successfully completed by operative laparoscopy without need to convert to laparotomy Estimated blood loss related to the ureteral portion of the procedure was less than 100 mL Duration of follow up was between 2 months and 6 years Follow up intravenous pyelogram

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