Track: Gynecological Surgery

Gynecological Surgery


Gynecological Surgery field is swiftly changing in response to new developments and innovations in endoscopy, robotics, imaging, and other interventional procedures. Gynecological Surgery is also growing and now encompasses all surgical interventions pertaining to women’s health, including oncologyurogynecology, and fetal surgery. In the current study, an incidence of three in 1000 cases of bladder or ureteral injury was identified among operative laparoscopic cases. Bladder injury is presumably to happen during either insertion of a suprapubic trocar or when exposing the lower uterine segment at time of hysterectomy. The foremost common sites of ureteral injury are probable to be at the pelvic brim during ligation of the infundibulopelvic ligament and near the uterosacral ligament during ligation of the uterine vessels.

• Cervical Cryosurgery
• Dilation and Curettage (D&C)
• Hysteroscopy
• Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP)