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Laparoscopic transabdominal cervical cerclage: A 6‐year experience
TLDR
A laparoscopic approach to abdominal cerclage offers the potential to reduce the morbidity associated with laparotomy in patients with cervical insufficiency.
Laparoscopic transabdominal cerclage: Outcomes of 121 pregnancies
TLDR
Cervical cerclage is one option in the management of cervical insufficiency and is a significant cause of morbidity and mortality.
Poor sensitivity of transvaginal ultrasound markers in diagnosis of superficial endometriosis of the uterosacral ligaments
TLDR
Transvaginal ultrasound of the uterosacral ligament area using the three proposed markers is not a clinically useful screening test for superficial endometriosis near the urethral ligaments, but a grossly thickened white line (≥5.8 mm) and/or the presence of small hypoechoic nodules may prompt surgical management.
Uterine fibroids: Investigation 
and current management trends.
TLDR
Current approaches to the management of uterine fibroids are reviewed, including novel techniques, and important patient counselling points are highlighted, and patients are carefully counselled regarding the risks and the benefits.
Transabdominal cervical cerclage
TLDR
A laparoscopic approach has recently been developed and offers the potential for lower morbidity in transabdominal cervical cerclage patients and it is suggested that this approach should be considered for routine surgery.
Preventing adhesions in laparoscopic surgery: the role of anti‐adhesion agents
TLDR
Compared with open surgery, laparoscopy reduces the risk of adhesion formation, but the risk is not completely eliminated, and there are a variety of anti‐adhesion agents available for use in laparoscopic surgery.
PREOPERATIVE MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING DIAGNOSTIC FEATURES OF UTERINE LEIOMYOSARCOMAS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
TLDR
A decision tree model is proposed to aid diagnosis based on MRI signal intensities, given the rarity of the malignancy and lack of pathognomonic diagnostic parameters.
Ovarian cysts in pregnancy: a narrative review
TLDR
Most adnexal masses are benign, incidental findings of pregnancy which resolve spontaneously, but in rare cases, particularly related to malignancy, termination of pregnancy may be required to enable immediate management where there are concerns for maternal wellbeing.
Porous diaphragm syndrome: haemothorax secondary to haemoperitoneum following laparoscopic hysterectomy
TLDR
A 48-year-old woman underwent a total laparoscopic hysterectomy for heavy menstrual bleeding and the postoperative period was complicated by haemoperitoneum resulting in haemothorax secondary to porous diaphragm syndrome.
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