Hemorrhage results in cesarean hysterectomyAllegations in this case include extended use of oxytocin and allowing labor to continue too long.
Unplanned encounters common after ureteroscopyFindings of a retrospective study confirm that unplanned encounters are common after ureteroscopy.
Streamlined management of Peyronie’s disease
Streamlined management of Peyronie’s diseaseIn this article, we describe our thought processes in treating patients with Peyronie's disease, which are summarized in an algorithm.
Study: Monopolar TURP utilization on the declineAlthough monopolar transurethral resection of the prostate remains the standard of care for bladder outlet obstruction secondary to BPH, its utilization has decreased in recent years, according to a recent study.
URS techniques: When to choose dusting vs. basketingWhen treating kidney stones, debate continues over the use of dusting versus basketing. In this interview, Olivier Traxer, MD, describes both methods, lists his preferred laser settings, and explains why he changed the way he uses ureteral access sheaths.
Role of blue light cystoscopy to detect bladder cancer"Numerous clinical studies have exhibited significantly improved tumor detection rates with BLC," write Zachary L. Smith, MD, and Norm D. Smith, MD.
Laparoscopy Significantly Improves Deep Dyspareunia Associated with EndometriosisAccording to researchers, laparoscopic treatment can significantly improve the sex lives of women with endometriosis by relieving deep dyspareunia.
Bipolar TURP associated with ‘substantial’ cost savingsBipolar transurethral resection of the prostate offers an economic benefit compared with monopolar TURP that follows from the clinical differences between the two procedures, concluded investigators who presented their findings at the 2017 Western Section of the AUA annual meeting in Vancouver, BC.
Study finds gynecologic oncology ranks highest in robotic surgical proficiencyWhen it comes to robotic surgical dexterity, gynecologic oncology ranks higher than other disciplines, according to the results of a crowd-sourced assessment of technical skills presented at the 46th AAGL Global Congress on Minimally Invasive Gynecology.
Laparoscopic abdominal cerclage found effective for cervical insufficiencyPregnancy and perioperative outcomes are extremely favorable with laparoscopic abdominal cerclage placement, according to the results of a retrospective study presented at the 46th AAGL Global Congress on Minimally Invasive Gynecology.