Atlas of Endoscopic Techniques in Gynecology
The ATLAS OF ENDOSCOPIC TECHNIQUES IN GYNECOLOGY provides a step-by-step illustrated guide to techniques in all the principal gynecological procedures. Each procedure follows a template format covering indications, patient selection, preparation and technique - including complications and references. The excellent color illustrations enable the surgeon to recognize anatomic landmarks and recall the sequence of tasks when he or she is in the operating room.
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Resonance Imaging 33
Ovarian Surgery 45
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abdominal wall anastomosis Assoc Gynecol Laparosc bicornuate bipolar cautery bladder bleeding bowel cervix chromotubation coagulated colpotomy incision cul-de-sac cystectomy defect delayed absorbable suture dissection distal ectopic pregnancy endo-loop endocoagulator endometrial ablation endometriosis endometrium excised fallopian tube fascia Fertil Steril Figure 11 Figure 9 fluid Foley catheter forceps fundus FURTHER READING Gasless grasped grasper hemostasis hysterectomy hysteroscopic iliac infertility injected injury inserted instruments Interceed intracorporeal intrauterine adhesions JAm Assoc Gynecol knot tying Laparoscopic surgery laparotomy lesion ligation mesosalpinx microsurgical morcellator myoma myomectomy needle driver normal Obstet Gynecol obturator ovarian ovary PATIENT PREPARATION pelvic pain pelvic sidewall performed peritoneal cavity peritoneum placed pneumoperitoneum polyps posterior postoperative presacral space procedure proximal rectovaginal rectum removed repair resection resectoscope robotic salpingectomy scissors segment septum serosa SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS standard three port surgeon technique tenaculum three port set-up trocar trocar sleeve tubal anastomosis ultrasonography umbilical umbilicus unipolar ureter ureteral uterosacral ligaments uterus vaginal wall vessels