AAGL 2013: Are IUDs a Good Medical Intervention Before Surgery?
The levonorgestrel IUD is particularly helpful in patients with abnormal uterine bleeding who require an interval therapy before surgery can be performed, Harvard physicians find.
AAGL 2013: Risk of Morcellating Abnormal Uterine Pathology “Considerable”
New research exposes a need for preoperative screening of even low-risk women undergoing robotic sacrocolpopexy, particularly those with risk factors such as obesity or diabetes.
AAGL 2013: Hysteroscopic Chromopertubation for Assessing Tubal Patency?
Chromopertubation is typically performed laparoscopically. However, hysteroscopic chromopertubation may spare patients from multiple procedures. But is it accurate?
AAGL 2013: Single-Port Surgery Feasible, Safe for Many Gynecologic Cancer Patients
The surgical outcomes of single port pelvic surgeries (SiPPS) for a variety of gynecologic oncology indications are similar to those of traditional laparoscopic techniques.
AAGL 2013: Don’t Rule Out Cavity Abnormality Even After Normal Ultrasound
Fourteen percent of infertile patients have uterine cavity abnormalities despite normal ultrasound examination findings, research shows.
AAGL 2013: Laparoscopy Is Feasible for Ruptured Ectopic Pregnancy, Massive Hemoperitoneum
Laparoscopy for ruptured ectopic pregnancy and massive intra-abdominal bleeding was associated with shorter operative time and less intraoperative blood loss than laparotomy.
AAGL 2013: Surgical Volume Affects Risk of Lower Urinary Tract Injury, Evidence Suggests
Surgeons who perform a high volume of hysterectomies each year are less likely to injure the lower urinary tract during surgery.
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