Cleveland Clinic specialists used robot-assisted surgery to perform concomitant pelvic and diaphragmatic excision for a patient with extensive endometriosis.
A Cleveland Clinic surgical team halted a planned laparoscopic hysterectomy when they encountered suspicious growths that resembled endometriosis.
As the number of older people increases over the coming years, so will the number of patients experiencing one of the most common gynecological cancers. That makes it more important than ever to understand how different surgical approaches compare on survival rates and complications.
An intraoperative study by Cleveland Clinic underscores the multifactorial nature of pelvic pain among transgender men.
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Study finds that early small bowel obstruction is rare following benign hysterectomy, and correlated with variables such as wound class, uterine size and perioperative transfusion. Gynecologist Mark Dassel, MD, advises on how to counsel patients regarding these findings.