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Introduction to abdominal hysterectomy
Introduction to vaginal hysterectomy
When a urethrocoele is present
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abdominal hysterectomy adhesions anaesthetist apex Auvard speculum bladder swab blades bowel broad ligament catheter cervico-vesical ligament cervix clamp closure curved artery forceps curved scissors cut half-an-inch long described Diagrammatic diagrams dissection enterocoele fascia forceps placed Gynaecology held long Hibitane in spirit index finger inserted instruments kidney bowl knot later left side levatores ligated ligature Littlewood's forceps long threads Maingot forceps Mayo's table midline necessary nursing sister Omnopon opening Operating Nursing Operating Sister's ovary pair of Littlewood's pair of straight para-cervical tissues patient peritoneal cavity peritoneum plain catgut position post-operative posterior repair posterior vaginal posteriorly Pouch of Douglas prolapse pulled pyramidalis muscles rectus muscles retractor right side routine scalpel second stitch skin stitch stockinette straight artery forceps stump subcutaneous tissue suture swab-holding forceps technique tied towel transverse incision triangle tube and ovary urethra usually uterine artery uterine vessels utero-sacral ligaments uterus vaginal edge vaginal hysterectomy vaginal wall vault wound