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  • Laparoscopic vaporization of diaphragmatic endometriosis in a woman with epigastric pain: a case report.
    Despite its widespread prevalence the etiology remains obscure CASE A 22 year old woman with intractable epigastric and pelvic pain who was treated previously by laser ablation for pelvic and diaphragmatic endometriosis was referred to our clinic The patient received leuprolide acetate for six months but the symptoms did not improve Second look laparoscopy revealed deep endometriotic spots involving both the diaphragms exactly in the line of the left ventricle

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  • Laparoscopic Versus Abdominal Hysterectomy
    37 No 3 3 1992 Abstract The perioperative and postoperative courses of hysterectomy with or without bilateral salpingo oophorectomy were compared for 10 women who underwent total abdominal hysterectomy and 10 who underwent laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy Although laparoscopic hysterectomy took longer 160 versus 102 minutes the women undergoing it had a shorter duration of hospitalization 2 4 versus 4 4 days more rapid recuperation 3 vs 5 wks and

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  • Laparoscopic Vesicopsoas Hitch for Infiltrative Ureteral Endometriosis
    To report the technique and outcome of a laparoscopic vesicopsoas hitch used for the treatment of infiltrative ureteral endometriosis DESIGN Case report SETTING A tertiary care center PATIENT S A 36 year old woman with infiltrative endometriosis of the ureter INTERVENTION S A laparoscopic vesicopsoas hitch MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE S The return of normal ureteral function as measured by IV pyelography and ultrasonography RESULT S After partial ureteral resection it

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  • Laparoscopically assisted anterior rectal wall resection and reanastomosis for deeply infiltrating endometriosis
    ORGANIZATION Fertility and Endoscopy Center Atlanta Georgia Abstract A 28 year old woman presented with a history of long standing severe pelvic and bowel endometriosis Pronounced cul de sac tenderness and nodularity were noted on pelvic examination Videolaseroscopy was undertaken the rectum was mobilized and the tumor was prolapsed to the level of the anus Anterior rectal wall resection and reanastomosis were performed the colon was returned to the pelvis

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  • Laparoscopically Assisted Myomectomy: A Report of a New Technique in 57 Cases
    the uterine defect is repaired in layers We retrospectively evaluated the records of 57 women who underwent this procedure The uteri ranged from 8 to 26 weeks gestational size The weight of the leiomyomas ranged from 28 g to 998 g mean 247 g operative time ranged from 40 to 285 minutes mean 127 minutes and blood loss from 50 mL to 1600 mL mean 267 mL All procedures were

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  • Laparoscopically-Assisted Hysterectomy for the Management of a Borderline Ovarian Tumor: A Case Report
    nezhat org ORGANIZATION J of Laparoendoscopic Surgery Vol 2 No 4 1992 Abstract Borderline ovarian tumors account for 4 of ovarian neoplasms an incidence which remains constant despite advancing age Management for younger women can be unilateral oophorectomy although simple

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  • Laparoscopy During Pregnancy: A Literature Review
    A Medline search was performed to review the literature and the reference lists provided by those articles were further explored for citations regarding laparoscopic adnexal surgery appendectomy and cholecystectomy Our series of 9 patients consisted of pregnant patients with adnexal mass or acute abdomen who would otherwise have undergone exploratory laparotomy Follow up data for these 9 cases were collected by office visits inquiry to the primary referring physicians and

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  • Life-Threatening Hypotension After Vasopressin Injection During Operative Laparoscopy, Followed by Uneventful Repeat Laparoscopy
    by Uneventful Repeat Laparoscopy AUTHORS Farr Nezhat MD Dahlia Admon MD Ceana H Nezhat MD Joseph E Dicorpo MMS PA Camran Nezhat MD www nezhat org ORGANIZATION J of American

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