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Case Report Pages 67-71
Abstract: To assess the long-term (3-year) follow-up of female stress urinary incontinence treatment using minimally invasive Aptos Thread method. 124 women with stress urinary incontinence confirmed by clinical and urodynamic evaluation were treated surgically using Aptos Thread method. Totally favourable results, including improvement (1) and cure (123) were recorded in all 124 patients. The improvement of quality of life, as well as total relief from all symptoms and the restoration of all adjacent organs involved in urodynamic disorders were observed.
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Case Report Pages 72-74
Abstract: Modern paraesophageal hernia repairs are typically performed via a laparoscopic or robotic approach, with or without mesh, and typically include some degree of fundoplication following closure of the hiatus. Known complications include slippage of wrap, esophageal perforation, vagal damage, and damage to nearby structures. We present a previously undescribed complication of bilateral empyema following robotic paraesophageal hernia repair with Nissen
Research Article Pages 61-66
Abstract: It comprised 28 consecutive reproductive non-pregnant women with above umbilicus huge probably benign cystic adnexal masses beyond the capacity of conventional laparoscopic intervention due to failed access of the intraumbilical primary trochar. Preoperative clinical, biochemical, and sonographic assessment of the cystic lesions
Research Article Pages 54-60
Abstract: Minimal invasive mitral valve surgery (MIMVS) aims to avoid complications of SMS like, bleeding, postoperative pain, and sternal wound infection. It provides better cosmesis and early recovery. The aim of this study is to evaluate early clinical outcome of MIMVS.
Original Article Pages 50-53
Abstract: A 34-year-old woman G = 2 P = 2 completed parity was diagnosed with an abnormal PAP smear definite as AGC (Atypical Glandular Cells), seen in our center for a second opinion. The Bethesda system classifies atypical glandular cells (AGC) as glandular cells that demonstrate nuclear atypia appearing to exceed reactive or reparative changes but lacking certain features of adenocarcinoma. AGC occurs in approximately 0.18 to 0.74 percent of all cervical smears and AGC on cervical cytology is associated with premalignant or malignant disease in approximately 30 percent of cases
Case Report Pages 46-49
Abstract: Melanoma is a malignant tumor with a low 5-year survival rate. The small intestine is a privileged site for the development of metastases, which often cause intussusception and gastrointestinal bleeding. Nivolumab is a monoclonal antibody that has produced higher response rates than other chemotherapeutics.
Case Report Pages 44-45
Abstract: A 48-year-old, gravida 3 paras 3, female presented in ER for acute abdominal pain. The ultrasound revealed a left 5 cm - 6 cm complex adnexal mass; Doppler showed evidence of blood supply occlusion. PE with pain on the left lower abdominal quadrant, vaginal bimanual examination with Chandelier´s sign positive. Blood work with Lymphocytosis of > 14,000 cells/microL, D-dimer by ELISA testing was 1,500 ng/mL. Laparoscopic surgery was performed (Figure 1), showing double left adnexal torsion (Figure 2). The evidence of necrotic tissue was visualized
Case Report Pages 41-43
Abstract: A 27-year-old, gravida 0 para 0, female presented herself for an evaluation of recurrent urinary tract infections and severe dysmenorrhea. The ultrasound revealed a bilateral small but complex adnexal mass, suggesting endometriosis (Figure 1). Ca 125 was 88 U. Laparoscopic surgery was performed, showing evidence of infiltrative endometriosis and entrapment of the right ureter on the right pelvic sidewall (Figure 2); During the initial anatomical inspection a duplicated ureter was diagnosed (Figure 3). The laparoscopic surgery was performed to liberate both ureters and resection of the deep endometriosis without any complicated issues (Figure 4).
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