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  • Videolaseroscopy and laser laparoscopy in gynaecology
    nezhat org ORGANIZATION Fertility and Endocrinology Center Atlanta Georgia Abstract Laser laparoscopy has greatly expanded the potential applications of laparoscopy in gynaecology Videolaseroscopy is a new refinement in the technique which we believe is beneficial not only to the patient but also to the treating physician and the operating room staff The clinical results of the beneficial application of this technique in the treatment of endometriosis and other diseases of

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  • Videolaseroscopy for Endometriosis
    clinically efficacious technique in the treatment of endometriosis The CO2 laser is useful in situations requiring precise application safety and minimal tissue damage The fine beam provides precise control for vaporization or dissection of endometriosis through the laparoscope The use of the CO2 laser through the laparoscope was first reported by Bruhat Mage and Manhes in 1979 and later by Tadir Incorporation of the videocamera and laparoscope in human and

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  • Videolaseroscopy for oophorectomy
    in 76 patients Indications included recurrent pain associated with endometriosis and adhesions in 17 patients 18 ovaries ovarian endometriomas in 40 patients 40 ovaries prophylactic oophorectomy breast cancer in one patient 2 ovaries removal of the ovaries at the time

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  • Videolaseroscopy for the treatment of endometriosis associated with infertility
    by the same surgeon using CO2 laser laparoscopically with videocamera augmentation and control Of the 243 infertility patients 168 69 1 achieved pregnancy The pregnancy rates were 71 8 in 39 patients with stage I disease 69 8 in 86 patients with stage II disease 67 2 of 67 patients with stage III disease and 68 6 in 51 patients with stage IV disease The life table and two parameter

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  • Videolaseroscopy: A new Modality for the Treatment of Endometriosis and Other Diseases of Reproductive Organs
    Volume 2 Number 4 1986 Abstract In the present study a total of 311 patients underwent videolaseroscopy for a 12 month period Of these 257 patients had endometriosis stage I to IV AFS and 54 patients had other pelvic pathology such as adhesions or tubal disease For the procedures discussed herein the CO2 laser was used almost always through the operating channel of the laparoscope via an especially designed coupler

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  • Advanced Operative Laparoscopy
    alternative to laparotomy for benign gynecologic disease By eliminating a large abdominal incision a laparoscopic surgical procedure generally requires short stay hospitalization of less than 24 hours and allows full recovery in less than a week Patients prefer laparoscopy intuitively because it is less painful and cosmetically acceptable furthermore patients perceive surgery done by laparoscopy as less invasive physically and less intrusive in their lives Surgeons can visualize deep pelvic

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  • Dr. Nezhat specializes in diagnosing/treating chronic pelvic pain
    what is referred to as urinalysis Urinalysis is quite valuable for diagnosing dozens of conditions but the most common reasons Dr Nezhat conducts these tests is to assess your overall health as well as to measure levels of leukocytes nitrites blood urea nitrogen BUN urobilinogen protein pH blood in the urine specific Gravity ketones bilirubin glucose Urinalysis is also used to look for signs of pregnancy ectopic pregnancy urinary tract infections includes the urethra bladder ureters or kidneys other infections hematuria blood in the urine bladder stones kidney disorders kidney stones glomerulonephritis diabetes anemia lupus endocrine disorders Many of these tests are more useful for assessing your overall health rather than for uncovering any specific disorder And if abnormalities are found sometimes it s just the result of harmless temporary changes in your physiology like the increase in proteins that can occur after strenuous exercise or after taking certain medications However examples of conditions that urinalysis may help detect include elevated blood urea nitrogen BUN may indicate an infection presence of proteins nitrites or leukocytes may indicate a bacterial infection of the bladder elevated proteins proteinuria or microalbuminuria can be caused by certain medications or by kidney infection high blood

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  • Blood Test
    conditions including pregnancy ovarian remnant syndrome pelvic inflammatory disease peritonitis other infections osteoporosis rheumatoid arthritis lupus endocrine disorders complete blood count cbc which can detect signs of infection anemia and blood cell abnormalities leukopenia low white blood count may indicate inflammation an autoimmune disorder or can be caused by certain medications TSH T3 and T4 tests to check for thyroid disorders like Hashimoto s Disease increased levels of calcium which may indicate hyperparathyroidism increased levels of phosphorous which may indicate hypoparathyroidism renal disorders electrolyte levels high creatinine levels may indicate internal bleeding from a hernia for example pernicious anemia b12 deficiencies An erythrocyte sedimentation rate ESR which can indicate infection if ESR is elevated high red blood cell count erythrocytosis may indicate heart disease autoantibody blood test to check for autoimmune disorders C reactive protein CRP levels rise in response to inflammation ESR erythrocyte sedimentation rate antinuclear antibodies This is also known an ANF anti nuclear factor However most people with a positive ANA do not have lupus Some genetic autoimmune diseases can be found by testing for the HLA B27 antigen serum amyloid A tumor associated trypsin inhibitor TATI hypothalamic pituitary adrenal axis immune dysfunction Metabollic disorders Chronic Fatigue Syndrome In the U S CFS is significantly more common in women with endometriosis than in the general population However certain other medical conditions can cause chronic fatigue and must be ruled out before a diagnosis of CFS can be given For example hypothyroidism anemia depression and diabetes are just a few conditions that should be considered in a differential diagnosis of CFS as they can similarly cause extreme fatigue and pain symptoms More than one blood test may be necessary Bear in mind that more than one blood test may be necessary For example checking for ovarian remnant syndrome

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