September 28, 2014
This live AAGL/SurgeryU broadcast took place on September 28, 2014 and reviewed the most recent data and allowed esteemed faculty to present their thoughts on the misuse, overuse and underuse of methods to extract tissue safely.
This broadcast took place at NYU Langone Medical Center auditorium and included vaginal, mini-laparotomy, laparoscopic and contained laparoscopic morcellation demonstrations, and also provided a forum for questions to be taken from the observers as well as physicians worldwide via our online interactive chat.
September 24, 2014
To facilitate the advancement of research into endometriosis – a poorly understood condition causing pelvic pain and infertility in an estimated 176 million women worldwide – the World Endometriosis Research Foundation (WERF) today releases global standardised tools for the collection of biological samples and data in endometriosis research.
September 22, 2014
In this quarter’s issue:
- Honorary Chair for the 43rd AAGL Global Congress Selected
- The safety and efficacy of vaginal surgery
- The future of robotic surgical training
- Updates on Centers of Excellence, AAGL SurgeryU, and Online CME offerings
September 4, 2014
On September 9, 2014 at 9am PDT / 12 noon EDT, Dr. Marco Aurelio P. Oliveira, M.D. Ph.D. presented a live webcast on Myomectomy for a Large Uterus live on SurgeryU HD.
The audience had the opportunity to see how laparoscopy can achieve a good result in a complex myomectomy case, involving a nulliparous woman. Pre-operative use of GnRH analogs, identification and ligation of the uterine arteries, use of harmonic scalpel and barbed sutures are some strategies utilized for the treatment of this 973g uterus with 18 intramura/subserosal myomas.
WATCH ON DEMAND: Dr. Tamer Seckin on Surgical Management of Endometriosis Involving Urinary System with an Anterior Cul-de-sac EndometriomaAugust 19, 2014
AAGL would like to thank Dr. Tamer Seckin for presenting an excellent surgical demonstration on SurgeryU HD on Friday, August 29, 2014 at 9am PT / 12noon ET.
The audience had the opportunity to see removal of a transmural bladder mass, suturing techniques for bladder wall repair, and excision of endometriosis from posterior cul-de-sac and pelvic sidewalls.
A series of novel surgical excision techniques were used by Dr.Seckin, e.g. retro-peritoneal hydro distention using methylene bleu water contrast and single puncture ovarian suspension techniques.
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