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  • Operative Laparoscopy. Redefining the Limits
    laparoscopy as well as the ever widening boundaries of its use are discussed in this report It is important to prepare residents to adequately undertake advanced laparoscopic surgery as laparotomy is gradually replaced by laparoscopy for many routine procedures Since degree of training and experience strongly correlate with complication rates more focus on laparoscopy during graduate education would be beneficial to residents in order to keep them up to date

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  • Ovarian Remnant Syndrome after Laparoscopic Oophorectomy
    factors and surgical technique contributing to ovarian remnant syndrome RESULT S The patients underwent a mean of 4 7 previous surgical procedures range two to nine 12 had bilateral oophorectomy and seven had unilateral oophorectomy The infundibulopelvic ligament had been secured with bipolar desiccation in 11 patients pretied surgical loops in six and a linear stapler in two Cystic ovarian remnants were identified by pelvic sonography in 12 women and

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  • Predictive Value of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Differentiating Between Leiomyoma and Adenomyosis
    pelvic MRI were included Comparisons were made between the results of the MRI and postoperative pathology reports RESULTS The MRI and pathology report were the same for 136 of 144 women with leiomyoma and 12 of 31 women with adenomyosis The MRI had 94 sensitivity and 33 specificity for leiomyoma and 38 sensitivity and 91 specificity for adenomyosis Positive and negative predictive values of MRI for leiomyoma were 95 and

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  • Pregnancy Following Laparoscopic Myomectomy: Preliminary Results.
    Of the 115 women there were 42 pregnancies in 31 patients Two women were lost to follow up Of the remaining 40 pregnancies six ended with vaginal delivery at term Caesareans were performed in 22 cases including 21 at term and one at 26 weeks gestation Two pregnancies were associated with a normal delivery but the mode of delivery is unknown Eight resulted in first trimester pregnancy loss one was

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  • Preoperative periumbilical ultrasound-guided saline infusion (PUGSI) as a tool in predicting obliterating subumbilical adhesions in laparoscopy.
    and the PUGSI MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE S The presence of obliterating subumbilical adhesions in the high risk patient and the ability of the PUGSI to detect them preoperatively RESULT S There were no obliterating umbilical adhesions in the control group The prevalence of obliterating umbilical adhesions in the risk group was 3 6 The visceral slide test had an accuracy of 96 4 a sensitivity of 50 and a specificity

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  • Proposal of a Formal Gynecologic Endoscopy Curriculum
    courses we have the challenge of credentialing and certifying future gynecologic endoscopists The objective of this article is to propose and to illustrate a uniform standardized core curriculum for obstetrics and gynecology residents fellows in AAGL SRS sponsored fellowship programs and participants in postgraduate courses Consisting of 3 discrete parts this proposal addresses formal laparoscopic training for gynecologists already implemented and available to general surgeons and a novel proposition for

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  • Proposed Classification of Hysterectomies Involving Laparoscopy
    the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists 8 95 Vol 2 No 4 Abstract A common terminology for the use of laparoscopy at hysterectomy is necessary so that collected data can be interpreted and conclusions applied Many procedures are termed laparoscopic

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  • Recurrence Rate after Laparoscopic Myomectomy.
    returned questionnaires Variables were date of surgery first diagnosis of recurrence and last follow up visit There were 38 33 3 recurrences after an average interval of 27 months Twenty four of these women did not require treatment Eight underwent a second laparoscopic myomectomy and one had a third One patient had myomectomy and then hysterectomy and six patients chose hysterectomy to treat the first recurrence Cumulative risk of recurrence

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