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Minerva Ginecologica 2005 February;57(1):21-8

language: English

Reproductive surgery

Gomel V.


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The aim of this review is to try and answer the following questions. What is the importance of reproductive surgery? What does the field encompass? What are the deleterious effects of postoperative adhesions in reproductive age women? Is there a relationship between the mode of surgical access, laparoscopy versus laparotomy, and the degree of postoperative adhesions? What is microsurgery and what is its place in reproductive surgery? Does training in microsurgery provide benefits to the gynecologist and his/her patients? At present, when assisted reproductive techniques have recorded enormous progress and the technology has been industrialized, what is the place of reconstructive tubal surgery in the treatment of tubal infertility?

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