Advances in Gynaecological Surgery

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Peter J. O'Donovan, Ellis G. R. Downes
Cambridge University Press, 2002 - Medical - 218 pages
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This book covers some of the most recent advances in gynaecological surgery technique and practice. It has been written by some of the leading names in the field, from the UK, Europe and USA, each chapter representing a concise distillation of the most up-to-date information available on that particular topic. Each chapter is fully illustrated, in colour where necessary.
 

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Contents

Laparoscopy in Urogynaecology
13
Decision Analysis in Surgery
23
Current Advances in Surgery for Stress Incontinence
33
Vaginal Surgery what cant we do?
49
Laparoscopic Colposuspension
67
Vault Prolapse can it be prevented?
79
Photodynamic Therapy in Gynaecology
87
Virtual Reality Surgery
99
New Surgical Techniques for the Treatment of Menorrhagia
105
techniques and results
125
Recent Advances in Gynaecological Oncology Surgery
147
Strategies to Avoid Complications in Laparoscopic and Hysteroscopic Surgery
169
Microwave Endometrial Ablation in the Outpatient Setting
187
Recent Advances in Electrosurgery Versapoint technology
207
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