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Review of the literature on laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy and related complications with single institution experience

Michał Ciebiera
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Wojciech Rawski
,
Kornelia Zaręba
,
Aneta Słabuszewska-Jóźwiak
,
Grzegorz Jakiel

Videosurgery Miniinv
Online publish date: 2017/06/02
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Hysterectomy is the second most common gynecologic operation after cesarean section. In the USA, the incidence rate for various types of hysterectomies has been estimated at 600 000 annually. At present, the laparoscopic route is becoming a more popular type of hysterectomy, from 0.3% in 1990 to 12% in 2003, with steadily growing rates. Laparoscopy is slowly replacing traditional, abdominal hysterectomies. It is recommended in patients with benign gynecologic conditions, e.g. dysfunctional and excessive uterine bleeding, uterine myomas, adenomyosis, or endometriosis. The operation time is comparable with other hysterectomy types. In Europe and in our center the risk of severe complications associated with laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy is about 1%. This is not a high risk of complication during hysterectomy. Despite the undeniable advantages, it also has some disadvantages: cervical stump bleeding, risk of cervical stump malignancy, urinary tract occlusions, intestinal injuries and others.
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laparoscopy, endoscopy, supracervical hysterectomy, laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy, complication

  
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