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  • MASTER COURSE: Laparoscopic Resection and Repair for Isthmocele


    The Ob. Gyn News’ Master Class in Gynecologic Surgery is hosted by AAGL SurgeryU, and is edited by Dr. Charles E. Miller, a past president of the AAGL, and a long standing faculty member of SurgeryU. This month’s edition of the Master Class covers strategies for transobturator mid-urethral sling placement.

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    Master Class in Gynecologic Surgery: Transobturator Mid-Urethral Sling Placement


    The Ob. Gyn News’ Master Class in Gynecologic Surgery is hosted by AAGL SurgeryU, and is edited by Dr. Charles E. Miller, a past president of the AAGL, and a long standing faculty member of SurgeryU. This month’s edition of the Master Class covers strategies for transobturator mid-urethral sling placement.

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    MASTER CLASS IN MIGS: Hysteroscopic Morcellation


    The Ob. Gyn News’ Master Class in Gynecologic Surgery is hosted by AAGL SurgeryU, and is edited by Dr. Charles E. Miller, a past president of the AAGL, and a long standing faculty member of SurgeryU. This month’s edition of the Master Class covers strategies for performing hysteroscopic morcellation of the uterus.

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    Master Class In Gynecologic Surgery: Morcellation


    The Ob. Gyn News’ Master Class in Gynecologic Surgery is hosted by AAGL SurgeryU, and is edited by Dr. Charles E. Miller, a past president of the AAGL, and a long standing faculty member of SurgeryU. This month’s edition of the Master Class covers strategies for performing enclosed morcellation of the uterus.

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    Master Class in Gynecologic Surgery: The daVinci Single-Site Hysterectomy


     

    The Single-Site hysterectomy requires meticulous dissection, one side at a time, and selective coagulation/sealing of vessels with minimal bedside assistance. The pararectal space is well developed and the ureter dissected off the peritoneum before the round ligament is transected. All bleeding vessels are coagulated prior to colpotomy. Dissection is performed with the fenestrated bipolar grasper in arm 1 and the monopolar cautery hook in arm 2. For vaginal cuff closure, the fenestrated bipolar is kept in arm 1 and a needle holder is placed in arm 2. Use of a 2-0, barbed, 9-12″ absorbable suture on a 24mm-35mm reverse cutting needle is recommended.

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    Master Class in Gynecologic Surgery: A New Anterior Repair (Featuring Dr. Robert Kovac)


    In this cooperative effort, Ob. Gyn. News and AAGL SurgeryU will be working very closely together to promote education in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. This collaboration will allow viewers the opportunity to examine state-of-the-art procedures from true experts in our field. Not only will these videos be accompanied with a summary abstract, but the complete article pertaining to the surgery can be view via a link to Ob. Gyn. News. Again, thank you for your interest and please enjoy this exciting new venture. ( READ MORE )



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    Master Class in Gynecologic Surgery: Advancements in Robotic Surgery (featuring Dr. Thomas Payne)


    Robotic-assisted surgery has been both celebrated as “revolutionary” and defamed as a “crutch.” No matter where your loyalties lie in this debate, what is not debatable is the dramatic increase in minimally invasive surgery (MIS) rates for hysterectomy since robotic-assisted surgery was approved for gynecology in 2005. Rates vary across samples and sources, but according to 2011 data from Solucient and 2010 data from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, approximately 27% of hysterectomies are performed with the robot, 26% with standard laparoscopy, and 12% vaginally.

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