Reports in Gynecological Surgery

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Original Article Pages 22-26

Hysteroscopic Endometrial Polypectomy: Comparative Retrospective Study of the Morcellator System versus Electrosurgical Resection

Authors: Jose Manuel Lopez-Carral, Ana Fernandez Novo, Andrea Fernandez Iglesias and Pablo Martin-Lancharro

Abstract: To evaluate the differences observed between hysteroscopic morcellation and electrosurgical resection in patients with endometrial polyps in a tertiary hospital. A single-center observational retrospective comparative study was performed, including 190 patients who underwent hysteroscopic resection of endometrial polyps from January 2017 to December 2017. Endometrial polyps justify a large part of dysfunctional bleeding in fertile women and an important part of metrorrhagia in postmenopausal patients

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Research Article Pages 18-21

Practice Patterns in Gynecology Oncology

Authors: Michelle F Benoit, MD

Abstract: Gynecologic oncologists have different practice patterns based on practice setting and adjuvant treatments offered. Hospital and practice call coverage is not standardized and can vary widely as well. This study sought to: 1) Document the variety of practice settings and volume 2) Document the variety of support providers and their roles within these practice settings 3) Document vacation and CME time allocated 4) Document call coverage solutions.

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Research Article Pages 12-17

Routine Cystoscopy during Robotic Hysterectomy for Endometrial Cancer

Authors: Diana El-neemany, Nicole Pursell, Erin Curcio, Alexandra Giglio, Yu Chen, Patricia Greenberg, Verda J Hicks and Karim Elsahwi

Abstract: A total of 157 cases met inclusion criteria and among those, five cases of urinary tract injury were identified (3.2%). Among the patients with urinary tract injury, average age was 66 [range 47, 90] years old, the average BMI was 34 [range 25, 34], and all patients had Stage I of endometrial cancer. Three patient injuries were detected intraoperatively, and 2 injuries were diagnosed postoperatively.

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Journal Details
  1. Journal: Reports in Gynecological Surgery
  2. ISO abbreviation: Reports Gynecol Surg
  3. Other Title: RGS
  4. Pub Type: Open Access