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  1. Laparoscopic surgery could be considered the gold standard in managing adnexal masses. The advantages of laparoscopic surgery have been proven in the adult population, and thus its use has been promoted for tr...

    Authors: Yin Ling Woo, Jane MacDougall, John Latimer and Robin Crawford

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:116

    Content type: Case Report

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  2. The most important step in radical hysterectomy is freeing the ureter from the anterior parametrium. In this paper we describe our modified technique for freeing the ureter from the anterior parametrium for a ...

    Authors: Eugenio Volpi, Annamaria Ferrero, Alice Peroglio Carus, Elena Jacomuzzi and Piero Sismondi

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:122

    Content type: Original Article

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  3. Two submucosal myoma cases with acute severe uterine hemorrhage were initially treated by emergency uterine arterial embolization for hemostasis. Then, after improvement of the general condition, early hystero...

    Authors: Akihiro Takeda, Shuichi Manabe, Satoyo Hosono, Hiromi Nakamura, Kayoko Kato and Kazuyuki Koyama

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:121

    Content type: Case Report

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  4. Identification and mobilization of the ureters is the most difficult part of the Schauta operation and is the most risky and time-consuming step in laparoscopic radical hysterectomy. Since February 2003 we hav...

    Authors: A. Zapico, P. Fuentes, A. Grassa, F. Arnanz, J. Otazua, A. López Yagüe and J. Cortés-Prieto

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:110

    Content type: Case report

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  5. With the promotion of second-generation endometrial ablative techniques—namely thermal balloon endometrial ablation and microwave endometrial ablation—as alternatives to hysterectomy for dysfunctional uterine ...

    Authors: Henry G. Annan and Jyoti Guleria

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:120

    Content type: Case Report

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  6. Photography in gynaecology is still a field of controversy despite today’s easy and handy digital technology, especially for use in minimal access surgery. This article emphasizes the value of photography in g...

    Authors: C. Panayotidis

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:100

    Content type: Original Article

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  7. The aim of this study was to compare the accuracy of hysteroscopy and hysterosalpingography (HSG) in evaluating the uterine cavity in patients with recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL). One hundred and twenty consec...

    Authors: Hakan Camuzcuoglu, Yusuf Yildirim, Salih Sadik, Sefa Kurt and Sivekar Tinar

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:114

    Content type: Original Article

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  8. Background: Multiloculated peritoneal inclusion cysts or benign cystic mesotheliomas are most commonly found in women of reproductive years; the disease involves the abdomen, pelvis and retroperitoneum. Case: A 3...

    Authors: Vorapong Phupong, Wirach Wisawasukmongchol and Surang Triratanachat

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:109

    Content type: Case Report

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  9. Pregnant women may require nonobstetric-related abdominopelvic surgery. Traditionally, a laparotomy has been the preferred approach. Recent data suggest that this method should be reviewed in light of developm...

    Authors: Costas Panayotidis, M. Lim and J.E. Martin

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:108

    Content type: Review Article

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  10. There are various possibilities for treating cornual ectopic pregnancies, including medical approaches using methotrexate and surgical approaches using laparoscopy. This report describes the laparoscopic manag...

    Authors: F. Buxant, M.H. Ansion, J.C. Noël, V. Anaf and P. Simon

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:98

    Content type: Case Report

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  11. We describe a case of aggressive endometriosis invading the vascular space in a post-menopausal woman. The disease required ultra radical surgery in order to remove it and may explain a mechanism for distal en...

    Authors: J. English, K. Vincent, S. Edmonds, R. Beard and I. Morrison

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:102

    Content type: Case Report

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  12. The operative treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) patients by laparoscopic ovarian drilling (LOD) is a widely used technique. However, the indication remains unclear. Excellent results with ovulatory...

    Authors: Thomas Strowitzki and Michael von Wolff

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:99

    Content type: Review Article

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  13. Fetal cardiac interventions are new and relatively unknown investigational options for modifying congenital heart disease in utero. Techniques for safer access to the fetus must be improved, and selection crit...

    Authors: M. Meyer-Wittkopf, R. Kaulitz, H. Abele, B. Schauf, M. Hofbeck and D. Wallwiener

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:90

    Content type: Original Article

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  14. Endometriosis is a common problem in women in their reproductive years but is much less frequent in the postmenopausal state, with an incidence of around 2%. Malignant change in endometriotic deposits was firs...

    Authors: A. Alexander Taylor, Nick Kenny, Simon Edmonds, Laura Hole, Marian Norbrook and James English

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:96

    Content type: Case Report

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  15. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the harmonic scalpel for laparoscopic pelvic and para-aortic lymphadenectomy in the management of gynaecologic cancers. A prospective study o...

    Authors: Theo Giannopoulos, Jeremy Chipchase, Anil Tailor and Simon Butler-Manuel

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:92

    Content type: Original Article

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  16. Microwave endometrial ablation (MEA) is regarded as an effective nonsurgical option for managing dysfunctional uterine bleeding (DUB). It is believed to be safe, quick, and easy to perform. To our knowledge, t...

    Authors: J. K. A. Jameel, T. Ahmed, W. L. Noble, K. Phillips and J. V. T. Tilsed

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:88

    Content type: Case Report

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  17. We present two case studies: an unusually sited isthmicocervical leiomyoma and a huge prolapsed pedunculated submucous leiomyoma of the uterus. Case 1 was a 25-year-old virginal woman with a diagnosis of cervi...

    Authors: Kadir Güzin, Selen Sezginsoy, Yildiz Ayhan Tuncay, Murat Naki and Fahrettin Kanadikirik

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:86

    Content type: Case Report

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  18. A case of intraabdominal giant cystic lesion that raised concern for pseudomyxoma peritonei preoperatively is presented here. A young woman underwent work-up for abdominal distension. Abdominal computed tomogr...

    Authors: Boris Kirshtein, Gilbert Sebbag and Isaak Pak

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:73

    Content type: Case Report

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  19. Intestinal evisceration through the vagina is rare, and transvaginal evisceration after transabdominal surgery is even more rare. Vaginal evisceration is a very rare complication of abdominal hysterectomy, but...

    Authors: C. Daza Manzano, M. A. Martìnez Maestre, C. González Cejudo and I. Peregrín Alvarez

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:80

    Content type: Case Report

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  20. Uterine leiomyomas are the most frequent benign disease of the female reproductive tract. To date, the standard treatment of uterine leiomyomas is laparotomic/laparoscopic excision in women who want to preserv...

    Authors: Stefano Palomba, Angela Falbo, Tiziana Russo and Fulvio Zullo

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:78

    Content type: Review Article

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  21. The causes of abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB) during the perimenopausal period in women receiving hormone replacement therapy (HRT) were investigated, along with the causes of postmenopausal bleeding, the effi...

    Authors: I. Stamatellos, P. Stamatopoulos, D. Rousso, E. Asimakopoulos, C. Stamatopoulos and I. Bontis

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:76

    Content type: Current References

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  22. The purpose of this study was to determine whether women with endometrial cancer have a higher incidence of microscopic extrauterine spread in early-stage disease when diagnosed by hysteroscopy compared with b...

    Authors: Guy Gutman, Benny Almog, Joseph B. Lessing, Amiram Bar-Am and Dan Grisaru

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:75

    Content type: Original Article

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  23. The purpose of this study was to show whether color Doppler ultrasonography of the ovarian arteries is a useful tool for the differential diagnosis of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and appendicitis. The st...

    Authors: V. Panaritis, A. V. Kyriakidis, M. Pyrgioti and A. Apostolopoulos

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:72

    Content type: Current References

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  24. We present the case of a patient who had a pelvic mobile mass and unilateral absence of unilateral ovary and ipsilateral partial fallopian tube, which may be associated with asymptomatic adnexal torsion. She h...

    Authors: Esra Bulgan Kilicdag, Ebru Tarim, Tayfun Bagis, Erhan Simsek, Bulent Haydardedeoglu and Esra Kuscu

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:82

    Content type: Case Report

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  25. A 17-year-old girl presented in the surgical emergency department with clinical features of acute peritonitis. At operation, it was found that she had ruptured a multi-cystic mass arising from the anterior ser...

    Authors: Arshad H. Malik, Saima Bashir and Assar Ahmad Rather

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:77

    Content type: Case Report

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  26. Training in minimal access surgery is the source of much discussion in European endoscopy circles. The apprenticeship model of training, long a hallmark of the British medical system, is being replaced by modu...

    Authors: Jeremy T. Wright

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2005 2:74

    Content type: Editorial

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  27. Pre-sacral or sacral plexus nerve blocks are reported in the anaesthetic literature as effective in controlling pelvic pain, but are rarely performed as they are technically difficult. The pre-sacral space, ho...

    Authors: B. J. Whitlow, D. Lovell, R. Maher and J. T. Wright

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2004 2:60

    Content type: Review Article

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  28. Hydrofloatation anti-adhesion solutions are often used to try to prevent adhesion formation around the ovary following surgery for endometriosis. Adhesions between the ovary and the ovarian fossa are very comm...

    Authors: T. T. Carpenter and A. Kent

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2004 1:66

    Content type: Original Article

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  29. To determine the proportion of women attending the colposcopy and general gynaecology clinic who have changed their address since the initial visit.

    Authors: Henry Annan, Jyoti Guleria and Abisoye Emmanuel

    Citation: Gynecological Surgery 2004 1:40

    Content type: Original Article

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