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                            preface_Advanced Gynecologic Endoscopy
part_1
01_Evolution of Operative Laparoscopy in Gynecology: A Mirage or a Challenge?
part_2
02_Anaesthetic Considerations During Laparoscopic Surgery
part_3
03_Laparoscopy in Gynecology - How Why When
part_4
04_Inappropriate Circumstances for Laparoscopic Surgery
05_Electro-Surgery Practices and Complications in Laparoscopy
part_5
06_Laparoscopic Access Techniques
07_Single-Port Access Laparoscopic Surgery in Gynecology: Technical Tips
08_Transvaginal Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (Notes): Surgical Technique and Results
09_Diagnostic and Therapeutic Transvaginal Hydrolaparoscopy
part_6
10_The Role of Laparoscopy and Salpingoscopy in the Assessment of the Fallopian Tube
part_7
11_Reconstructive Endoscopic Myomectomy
part_8
12_Laparoscopy for Diagnosis and Treatment of Endometriosis
part_9
13_Two-Port Access Staging Laparoscopy for Gynecologic Cancers
part_10
14_Do Costs of Robotic Surgery Matter?
15_Robotic Surgery in Gynecologic Oncology
part_11
16_Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
17_Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy: Surgical Technique and Results
part_12
18_Balloon Vaginoplasty: A Revolutionary Approach for Treating Vaginal Aplasia
part_13
19_Myofascial Dysfunction and Its Relationship to Laparoscopy
                        
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ADVANCED
GYNECOLOGIC ENDOSCOPY


Edited by Atef Darwish

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Advanced Gynecologic Endoscopy
Edited by Atef Darwish


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