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  1. The audit objectives: To assess the outcome of the treatment of: (1) heavy menstrual bleeding by transcervical resection of the endometrium, (2) post-resection uterine stenosis and haemat...

    Authors: F. M. S. Basama, H. Muppala and T. C. M. Inglis

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 4:35

    Content type: Original Article

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  2. While abdominal hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy and pelvic and paraaortic lymphadenectomy is still considered the gold standard for the surgical treatment of endometrial cancer, the laparosco...

    Authors: Uwe Ulrich, Kerstin Rhiem, Elisabeth Janschek and Andreas D. Ebert

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 4:3

    Content type: Review Article

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  3. Abdominal surgery is considered as the leading cause of peritoneal adhesions and almost universally as adhesiogenic. Peritoneal injury at the time of surgery initiates an inflammatory reaction determining fibr...

    Authors: Carlos Roger Molinas, Maria Mercedes Binda and Philippe Robert Koninckx

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:236

    Content type: Review Article

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  4. A cohort of 108 women with chronic pelvic pain underwent a laparoscopy, and a diagnosis of endometriosis was made in 88 (81%). Pre-operative and 2 years post-operative pain scores, using a ranked ordinal scale...

    Authors: S. Banerjee, K. D. Ballard, D. P. Lovell and J. Wright

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:206

    Content type: Original Article

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  5. The radicality of the resective technique at transcervical endometrial resection (TCRE) may affect both the safety and efficacy. We evaluated both a more and a less extreme technique and compared results with ...

    Authors: J. T. McH. Clark, L. Dupuch, I. Balchin, D. L. Byrne and J. M. Frappell

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:172

    Content type: Original Article

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  6. Urinary stress incontinence (USI) is more common in obese women. The influence of obesity on surgical treatment for USI is controversial. We sought to determine whether obesity affects the outcome of the tensi...

    Authors: Alexander Tsivian, Menahem Neuman, Oded Kessler, Baruch Mogutin, Doron Korczak, Samuel Levin and A. Ami Sidi

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:205

    Content type: Original Article

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  7. Uterine leiomyomas are by far the most common benign tumours of the female genital tract. The true incidence of leiomyomas during pregnancy is, however, unknown. Although leiomyomas usually remain asymptomatic...

    Authors: Leonor Santos, Luís Vicente, Maria João Nunes, Isabel Nery, Manuela Caetano and Noémia Assunção

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:210

    Content type: Case Report

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  8. The objective was to compare the outcome of a combined total hysterectomy-vaginectomy-phalloplasty procedure vs. a vaginectomy-phalloplasty procedure in female-to-male (FTM) gender dysphoric individuals, and t...

    Authors: S. Weyers, G. Selvaggi, S. Monstrey, M. Dhont, R. Van den Broecke, P. De Sutter, G. De Cuypere, G. T‘ Sjoen and P. Hoebeke

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:203

    Content type: Original Article

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  9. Although secondary involvement of the genital tract by non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is not uncommon, primary malignancies are very rare. We describe a case of primary non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma of the cervix in a 44-yea...

    Authors: P. G. Paul, Aby Koshy and Tony Thomas

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:209

    Content type: Case Report

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  10. The objective was too evaluate the pregnancy rate and the chance of term pregnancy following hysteroscopic myomectomy depending on the type of the myoma. Between February 2000 and October 2005, a total of 25 p...

    Authors: Stamatellos Ioannis, Apostolides Aristotelis, Tantsis Antonios, Stamatopoulos Panagiotis and Bontis John

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:207

    Content type: Original Article

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  11. We report on a 35-year-old woman with spontaneous bilateral tubal pregnancy. This is a rare and complex condition with uncertain etiology. Despite preoperative work-up that included clinical examination, seria...

    Authors: Ioannis Stamatellos, Eutychia Anagnostou, Panagiotis Stamatopoulos and Ioannis Bontis

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:194

    Content type: Case report

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  12. The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of vaginal misoprostol and an osmotic dilator in achieving cervical ripening before operative hysteroscopy in pre-menopausal women. One hundred patien...

    Authors: Dan Yu, Tin-Chiu Li, Enlan Xia and Xiaowu Huang

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:199

    Content type: Original Article

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  13. Uterine perforation is a rare but potentially life-threatening complication associated with the use of intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUDs). Following perforation, the IUD can migrate to the peritoneal ca...

    Authors: Juergen Zieren, Boris Moebius, Bettina Zieren and Charalambos Menenakos

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:200

    Content type: Case Report

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  14. Primary breast carcinoma of the vulva is very rare, with only 13 cases so far reported in the English literature since 1936. We present the 14th case of primary breast cancer in the vulva and the second case w...

    Authors: D. Gopinath, S. Sasson and I. D. Nuttall

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:198

    Content type: Case Report

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  15. This study was designed to test the effect of recombinant tissue-type plasminogen activator (rt-PA) in reducing adhesion formation and to observe its influence on peritoneal neoangiogenesis. In 20 Wistar rats,...

    Authors: G. Bigatti, N. Segers, W. Boeckx, L. Gruft, A. Mariani and I. Brosens

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:170

    Content type: Original Article

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  16. In the management of menorrhagia, endometrial ablation techniques or intra-uterine progesterone-containing devices are employed when medical therapy fails. We postulated that the insertion of a Mirena IUS at t...

    Authors: Samantha Low and Kevin Smith

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:171

    Content type: Current References

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  17. Broad ligament hematoma is an unusual complication that can occur during delivery, just after delivery or later in the puerperium. Rapid labor, cesarean section, instrumental deliveries, and trauma have been s...

    Authors: Michal Kovo, Iris Eshed and Gustavo Malinger

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:184

    Content type: Case Report

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  18. Objective: To evaluate the incidence of molar pregnancy in the fallopian tube pregnancy. Setting: Outpatient clinic. Patient: 32-year-old Asian woman. Intervention: Left salpingectomy. Ou...

    Authors: Ghazi Fadel Ghazi and Peter O. Donovan

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:177

    Content type: Case report

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  19. This Dutch model protocol aims to formulate recommendations on insertion of laparoscopic instruments in order to reduce entry-related complications. It was written on behalf of the Dutch Society of Gynaecologi...

    Authors: E. A. Bakkum, A. Timmermans, J. F. Admiraal, H. A. M. Brölmann and F. W. Jansen

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:174

    Content type: Review article

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  20. Ureteral injury during hysterectomy is one of the most troubling complications gynecologists need to be aware of. In various studies, such injury occurred in laparotomy, laparoscopy, and vaginal hysterectomy. ...

    Authors: Avishalom Sharon, Ron Auslander, Orly Brandes-Klein, Zvi Alter, Yuval Kaufman and Arie Lissak

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:164

    Content type: Original Article

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  21. We report a case of postoperative Richter’s hernia presenting through a 5-mm sheath incision. A 58-year-old woman having undergone laparoscopic hysterectomy 8 days before presented with severe left abdominal p...

    Authors: Nicolas Bourdel, Horace Roman, Guillaume Lebouedec, Yann Lenglet, Marie Accoceberry and Michel Canis

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:183

    Content type: Case Report

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  22. The technical name for a surgical sponge left in the body of a patient is inadvertent “gossypiboma.” The word is derived from the Latin word Gossypium for cotton and from the Kiswahili word boma for “place of con...

    Authors: Cem Dane, Murat Yayla and Banu Dane

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:181

    Content type: Case Report

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  23. This is a retrospective study involving 100 anovulatory women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) who had laparoscopic ovarian drilling (LOD) between January 1995 and May 2002 at the Royal Berkshire Hospit...

    Authors: Marlin Fuad Mubarak, Suruchi Arora and Roger Williams

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:180

    Content type: Original Article

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  24. We retrospectively analysed our first 1,275 laparoscopic hysterectomies for ureteric injuries. All patients scheduled for hysterectomy in two private gynaecological practices in Sydney and Adelaide over the pa...

    Authors: Roger A. McMaster-Fay and Robert A. Jones

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:178

    Content type: Original Article

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  25. Embryoscopy is the direct visualization of the embryo between 5 and 8 weeks’ gestational age. Fetoscopy is the direct visualization of the fetus after 8 weeks of gestation. Both are performed by inserting a fi...

    Authors: M. Paschopoulos, E. N. Meridis, V. Tanos, P. J. O’Donovan and E. Paraskevaidis

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2006 3:167

    Content type: Review Article

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