Gasless Laparoscopy in General Surgery and Gynecology: Diagnostic and Operative Procedures

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Vittorio Paolucci, B. Schaeff
Thieme, 1996 - Medical - 160 pages
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An expert update on the state of the art in gasless laparoscopy, progressing from fundamentals to specific applications in general surgery, gynecology and urology. Reflecting the wide practical experience of the international contributors, the book covers indications, techniques, complications, and results of gasless laparoscopy. It is ideal for every specialist who needs to keep abreast of important technical improvements and instrumentation in a rapidly evolving field.

Highlighted topics:

- Gasless echolaparoscopy

- Inguinal hernia repair

- Pediatric applications

- Appendectomy

- Cholecystectomy

-Gasless gynecologic pelvioscopy

- Laparoscopic surgery of the adnexa

- Laparoscopic hysterectomy

- Gasless TM laparascopic colpourethral suspension


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University Clinic for General Surgery, Frankfurt / M, Germany

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