Mini-Laparoscopic Surgery for Gynecological Conditions
Servet Gençdal1*, Hüseyin Aydoğmuş1, Serpil Aydoğmuş2, Emre Ekmekçi2, Zafer Kolsuz2 and Sefa Kelekçi2Abstract: Objectives: Minimally invasive endoscopic surgery has become an acceptable method for gynecologic indications for more than twenty years. Mini-laparoscopy is defined as surgery with instruments 2-5mm diameters. Today, performing all operations which performed by conventional laparoscopy has become possible by using new generation mini instruments. We are presenting our mini-laparoscopy experience during two years period.View PDF
Methods: During the period between January 2014-March 2016 totally 181 mini-laparoscopic surgery were performed in our clinic. Laparoscopy was performed under general anesthesia in all women. After the pneumoperitoneum was created using a Veress needle, a 0-degree 3-mm laparoscope [Karl Storz, Tuttlingen, Germany] was introduced through the umbilicus. Two or three 3-mm ancillary trocars were inserted under direct visualization in the lower abdomen. Surgically procedures were induvialized for each patient.
Low-Progesterone “Luteal Phase” Surgical Oophorectomy is Ineffective Hormonal Therapy in Pre-Menopausal Women with Hormone Receptor- Positive Breast Cancer
Richard R. Love*Abstract: The hormonal biology of the menstrual cycle has major relevance in the treatment of hormone-sensitive breast cancer. There are 500,000 new cases of hormone-receptor positive breast cancer in premenopausal women annually; 80% of these are among women in low- and middle-income countries. Surgical oophorectomy should play a major role in the treatment of these women.View PDF HTML View
Does Access to Health Insurance and Health Care Positively Impact Disparities in Cervical Dysplasia and Cervical Cancer?
Shemshedini T1, Zhou N1*, Pua TL2, Moy F3, Tedjarati SS1, and Pradhan TS1Abstract:View PDF HTML View
Objectives: Despite screening and vaccination strategies, the burden of cervical cancer disproportionately affects lower socioeconomic patients. The aim of this study was to determine the impact of access to health insurance and care in early diagnosis of cervical dysplasia and cancer.
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