RESEARCH | CIGC TECHNIQUES

Two retrospective studies were performed at a local Maryland hospital to compare surgical techniques for hysterectomy and myomectomy procedures.

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DUALPORTGYN HYSTERECTOMY

In the comparison of 2,689 patients who underwent a laparoscopic hysterectomy procedure (the review included patients who had DualPortGYN, Robotic or standard laparoscopic surgery), DualPortGYN (also known as laparoscopic retroperitoneal hysterectomy or LRH) clearly showed the best patient outcomes with the lowest complication rates, and 0% conversion to open surgery.

The combined intra- and post-op complication rate of LRH is 5.4%.

Abstract Accepted by AAGL, Presented in 2017
Manuscript has been submitted JOGR. Pending.

Danilyants, N, MacKoul, P, Baxi, R, van der Does, L. Haworth, L. A Value-Based Evaluation of Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy Approaches.



LAAM MYOMECTOMY

In the comparison of 1,313 patients who underwent a myomectomy (the review included patients who had LAAM, robotic, standard laparoscopic or open myomectomy procedure), LAAM (laparoscopic assisted abdominal myomectomy), showed the best patient outcomes, including removal of large and multiple fibroids, lowest complication rates, and the lowest conversion to open surgery at 0.7%.

The combined intra- and post-op complication rate of (LAAM) is 9.4%.

Abstract Accepted by SGS, Presented in 2017

Manuscript has been submitted to Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology (JMIG), Pending

MacKoul, P, Danilyants, N, Baxi, R, van der Does, L. Haworth, L. Laparoscopic-Assisted Abdominal Myomectomy with Bilateral Uterine Artery Occlusion/Ligation: A Comparative Study


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