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  • Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery in Gynecology: Scientific Dream or Reality
    MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE S Length of surgery time for robot assembly and disassembly rate of conversion to laparotomies and complications RESULT S Between January 2006 and August 2007 137 robotically assisted gynecologic procedures were performed in 87 patients The da Vinci Surgical System was used The average length of the surgeries was 205 minutes 60 420 minutes Assembly of the robot lasted 16 minutes 10 27 minutes when disassembly took

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  • Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Trachelectomy after Supracervical Hysterectomy
    with history of severe endometriosis and adhesions presented with persistent pain and bleeding after abdominal supracervical hysterectomy after failed attempt for laparoscopic assisted vaginal hysterectomy and total abdominal hysterectomy INTERVENTION S Robot assisted laparoscopic trachelectomy and treatment of associated pelvic disease MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE S Successful completion of robot assisted trachelectomy RESULT S There were no intraoperative or postoperative complications and minimal blood loss At 10 months follow up the

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  • Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Partial Bladder Resection For The Treatment of Infiltrating Endometriosis
    D Nezhat F www nezhat org ORGANIZATION J Minim Invasive Gynecol 2008 Nov Dec 15 6 745 8 Abstract This article reveals our surgical approach for treatment of a patient with severe pelvic and infiltrative bladder endometriosis with mucosal involvement using robotic assisted laparoscopic excision and cystotomy repair To our knowledge this is the first case of total robotic assisted laparoscopic partial bladder resection for the treatment of endometriosis This

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  • Role of Laparoscopic Surgery in Endometriosis Associated Infertility
    mechanism by which it causes infertility Laparoscopic surgery is often used to treat this condition Controversy exists as to the benefits of such surgery in infertile women OBJECTIVE To explore whether laparoscopic surgery improves the chances of conception both by natural and assisted conception method in moderate to severe endometriosis Methods Retrospective review of English literature regarding role of laparoscopic surgery in managing endometriosis associated infertility using keywords Endometriosis Laparoscopy Infertility Pregnancy rate RESULTS A large prospective study by Adamson et al 1993 showed that laparoscopic surgery significantly increased the cumulative pregnancy rate which was confirmed by a further meta analysis in 1994 A large retrospective analysis by Osuga et al 1997 reported that pregnancy rate is unrelated to the stage of endometriosis Further studies in 2002 suggested that the laparoscopic surgery increases the pregnancy rates in the first 6 12 months post operation Two randomized controlled trials demonstrated higher pregnancy rates after laparoscopic excision of endometriomata Few studies showed the benefits of laparoscopic endometrioma excision before IVF like reduced oocyte retrieval risks missing occult malignancy and worsening of endometriosis during ovulation stimulation overweighs the drawback of cost and surgical risk In addition studies have reported improvement of dyspareunia after

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  • Safe laser endoscopic excision or vaporization of peritoneal endometriosis
    of endometriosis protecting patients from inadvertent injury to pelvic structures adjacent to diseased tissue has been a major concern In many cases because of this risk surgeons have stopped short of effecting thorough treatment of endometrial implants on the bowel bladder ureters or great vessels In a large series of patients we have used hydrodissection successfully with few complications We believe that the technique of hydrodissection is a safe and

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  • Salpingectomy Via Laparoscopy: A New Surgical Approach
    performed via laparoscopy for indications of ruptured or recurrent ectopic pregnancy hydrosalpinges torsion of the fallopian tube hematosalpinges or extensive adhesions A multiple abdominal puncture approach was used and salpingectomy was accomplished by electrosurgical coagulation and laser transection of the isthmus mesosalpinx and tubo ovarian ligaments using the CO2 laser The fallopian tubes were removed from the pelvic cavity through one of the suprapubic punctures The mean duration of the

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  • Severe Endometriosis and Operative Laparoscopy
    of treatment for women with severe endometriosis The development of advanced laparoscopic techniques allows complete removal of deeply infiltrating lesions Implants can be laparoscopically dissected from all anatomical locations including severe involvement of the ureter bladder and colon When the endometriosis penetrates through the entire depth of the organ wall complete resection and reanastomosis of the ureter or bowel can be safely performed laparoscopically by the experienced surgeon However optimal

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  • Smoke from laser surgery: is there a health hazard
    the surgical staff A total of 32 plume samples were collected from 17 women undergoing laser laparoscopic treatment for endometriosis and or adhesions The smoke was found to consist of particles having a median aerodynamic diameter of 0 31 micron with a range of 0 10 0 80 micron The size range has two consequences 1 using a human red blood cell as a model for all cells it can

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