By Jacques Donnez
It is a new version of 1 of the fashionable classics of gynecological surgical procedure. supplying an intensive and wonderfully illustrated advisor to laparoscopic and hysteroscopic innovations, the e-book has been broadly revised and up-to-date when you consider that booklet of the second one version. There are few texts that so competently supply in-depth info on minimally invasive gynaecologic surgical procedure. This informative and thorough paintings of reference offers either practising surgeons and trainees with an atlas, a textbook of gynecology, and a surgical handbook. The assurance is complete, together with wide sections on gynaecologic oncology, urogynecology, easy ideas, and instrumentation. problems are highlighted with authoritative tips on tips on how to keep away from and deal with them
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The latest generation of CO2 lasers employs SurgiTouch Flashscan technology, which significantly improves the laser’s tissue vaporization capabilities. This technology, introduced by Lumenis, allows uniform, charfree, layer-by-layer tissue vaporization control with minimal residual thermal necrosis. Tissue layers as thin as 100 µm may be removed with extreme precision and excellent visual control. 31). It consists of two almost, but not exactly, parallel folding mirrors. 32). 9 mm in diameter at the laparoscope working distance, use of the SurgiTouch with a laser power level of 30 W will generate an optical power density of greater than 50 W/mm2 on tissue.
5a). 5b). 6b). 7b). 8b). 3 Glandular excrescences on the peritoneal surface. 4 Subovarian adhesion. 5 Areas of petechial peritoneum. 6 White opacification of the peritoneum. 7 Yellow-brown peritoneal patches of the peritoneum. 2), biopsies were taken from visually normal peritoneum of the uterosacral ligaments. Histological study revealed the presence of endometriotic tissue in two out of 32 infertile women without endometriosis. This rate (6%) was less than half the rate (13%) observed in normal peritoneum taken from 52 women with visible endometriosis, but shows that unsuspected peritoneal endometriosis can be found in the visually normal peritoneum of infertile women, with or without known associated endometriosis.