Annals of Minimally Invasive Surgeries

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Annals of Minimally Invasive Surgeries

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Case Report Pages 31-34

Laparoscopic Hysterectomy in a Patient with Ventriculo- Peritoneal Shunt after Multiple Cesarean Sections

Authors: Islam H Metwally, PhD, MRCS, Mohamed Yousri, Dina M Elsaeed, MSc and Amani Tarbay, MSc

Abstract: Patients with ventriculo-peritoneal shunt (VPS) for hydrocephalus had an improved survival and are more encountered in need of abdominal surgery. Laparoscopic surgery has been reported safe for these patients, although infrequently. At least 3 types of complications had been recorded: shunt obstruction, infection, and vaginal migration. We report a case of middle-aged female with endometrial hyperplasia and VPS who has done laparoscopic hysterectomy safely. The authors encourage laparoscopic surgery in this subset of patients when indicated with some precautions, including minimal insufflation pressure, CO2 monitoring, minimal Trendelenburg, and vaginal stump closure.

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Short Report Pages 24-30

Bowel, Urinary, and Sexual Function in Patients with Low to Intermediate Risk Prostate Cancer on Active Surveillance and Primary Focal Cryotherapy

Authors: Jordan Mendelson, Jessica Sommer, Meredith Akerman, MS and Aaron Katz, MD

Abstract: Both active surveillance (AS) and primary focal cryotherapy (PFC) are considered suitable approaches for men with low to intermediate risk prostate cancer (PCa). We aim to identify any differences in bowel, urinary, and sexual function that may exist between patients on AS and those who have undergone PFC.

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