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  1. Original Article

    Spigelian hernia in gynaecology

    A Spigelian hernia is a rare hernia through the Spigelian fascia between the rectus muscle and the semilunar line. This hernia is well known in surgery. Symptoms vary from insidious to localised pain, an inter...

    Anastasia Ussia, Fabio Imperato, Larissa Schindler, Arnaud Wattiez and Philippe R. Koninckx

    Gynecological Surgery 2017 14:8

    Published on: 15 May 2017

  2. Original Article

    Oophoropexy for ovarian torsion: a new easier technique

    Oophoropexy for ovarian torsion is easy to be done by many tools either suturing to the lateral pelvic wall, plication of the ovarian ligament or even fixation to the back of the uterus, but it is little bit d...

    Tamer A. Hosny

    Gynecological Surgery 2017 14:7

    Published on: 9 May 2017

  3. Original Article

    Gynaecological endoscopic surgical education and assessment. A diploma programme in gynaecological endoscopic surgery

    In recent years, training and education in endoscopic surgery has been critically reviewed. Clinicians, both surgeons as gynaecologist who perform endoscopic surgery without proper training of the specific psy...

    Rudi Campo, Arnaud Wattiez, Vasilis Tanos, Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo, Grigoris Grimbizis, Diethelm Wallwiener, Sara Brucker, Marco Puga, Roger Molinas, Peter O’Donovan, Jan Deprest, Yves Van Belle, Ann Lissens, Anja Herrmann, Mahmood Tahir, Chiara Benedetto…

    Gynecological Surgery 2016 13:957

    Published on: 21 June 2016

  4. Original Article

    A patient-preference cohort study of office versus inpatient uterine polyp treatment for abnormal uterine bleeding

    Uterine polyps can cause abnormal bleeding in women. Conventional practise is to remove them under general anaesthesia but advances in technology have made it possible to perform polypectomy in the office sett...

    Natalie A. M. Cooper, Lee Middleton, Paul Smith, Elaine Denny, Lynda Stobert, Jane Daniels and T. Justin Clark

    Gynecological Surgery 2016 13:946

    Published on: 17 May 2016

  5. Review Article

    Laparoscopic versus robotic-assisted sacrocolpopexy for pelvic organ prolapse: a systematic review

    The use of robot-assisted surgery (RAS) has gained popularity in the field of gynaecology, including pelvic floor surgery. To assess the benefits of RAS, we conducted a systematic review of randomized controll...

    Geertje Callewaert, Jan Bosteels, Susanne Housmans, Jasper Verguts, Ben Van Cleynenbreugel, Frank Van der Aa, Dirk De Ridder, Ignace Vergote and Jan Deprest

    Gynecological Surgery 2016 13:930

    Published on: 26 January 2016

  6. Original Article

    A new approach to simplify surgical colpotomy in laparoscopic hysterectomy

    New surgical techniques and technology have simplified laparoscopic hysterectomy and have enhanced the safety of this procedure. However, the surgical colpotomy step has not been addressed. This study evaluate...

    L. van den Haak, J. P. T. Rhemrev, M. D. Blikkendaal, A. C. M. Luteijn, J. J. van den Dobbelsteen, S. R. C. Driessen and F. W. Jansen

    Gynecological Surgery 2016 13:929

    Published on: 12 January 2016

  7. Original Article

    The FAST-EU trial: 12-month clinical outcomes of women after intrauterine sonography-guided transcervical radiofrequency ablation of uterine fibroids

    The FAST-EU Trial was designed to establish the effectiveness and confirm the safety of transcervical intrauterine sonography-guided radiofrequency ablation with the VizAblate™ System in the treatment of sympt...

    Hans Brölmann, Marlies Bongers, José Gerardo Garza-Leal, Janesh Gupta, Sebastiaan Veersema, Rik Quartero and David Toub

    Gynecological Surgery 2015 13:915

    Published on: 28 September 2015

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