LAPAROSCOPIC (CLOSED SURGERY) CORRECTION OF GENITAL PROLAPSE: (LAPAROSCOPIC SACROCOLPOPEXY) Uterine prolapse is one of the most common diseases and its treatment is surgery. In patients with prolapsed uterus, the uterus and prolapsed organs are suspended on the pelvic wall or on the sacral bone without removing the uterus. In the...
Myomectomy, the removal of abnormally and fast growing myomas using the closed surgical method is called laparoscopic myomectomy. Myomas found in the uterus are benign tumors usually measuring between 1-15 cm in diameter and originating from the uterine tissue. Myomectomy Myomas are the most common tumors of the genital organs that...
Closed hysterectomy, in other words, laparoscopic hysterectomy is a surgical method that was first performed in 1989 and not considered as a very new method. Laparoscopy is referred to as ”closed surgery” in the community. Laparoscopic hysterectomy has become an inseparable part of modern medicine. Laparoscopy is the exploration...
Uterine prolapse is very common among women who had multiple deliveries and difficult delivery. In addition, constipation, asthma, obesity, heavy work, genetic predisposition are other causes. The most important finding is the prolapse of tissues out of the vagina. In the past, the uterus was removed, and then prolapse was...
Laparoscopy is a type of endoscopy that allows to explore the abdominal cavity with a camera. Laparoscopy is also used in urogynecology. It is preferred in obstetrics and gynecology and in surgeries requiring general surgery. Laparoscopy is performed as an assisted and unassisted procedure. A camera is inserted into...
What is laparoscopic myomectomy? It is the operation of removing myomas by entering through small incisions made on the abdomen with instruments. As it has shorter operative time, non-occurrence of adhesion and shorter recovery period, it is preferred more than open surgery. The presence of every myoma does not...
What is laparoscopic myomectomy? It is the operation of the removal of myomas thorough small incisions made in the abdomen with instruments. The reason of open surgery rather than the reason for the short duration of operation, the absence of adhesion and shorter recovery process. Each presence of myomas does...