Bang N. Giep

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The study reported here compares outcomes of three approaches to minimally invasive hysterectomy for benign indications, namely, robotic-assisted laparoscopic (RALH), laparoscopic-assisted vaginal (LAVH) and laparoscopic supracervical (LSH) hysterectomy. The total patient cohort comprised the first 237 patients undergoing robotic surgeries at our hospital(More)
The passage of needles and suture to close the vaginal cuff during a robotically assisted laparoscopic hysterectomy typically necessitates the use of a 10-12 mm accessory port to allow for the passage of a CT-1 sized needle. This results in a relatively large incision, which may lead to increased patient discomfort and dissatisfaction with cosmetic results(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine outcomes of robotically assisted laparoscopic hysterectomy in patients with benign conditions involving high uterine weight and complex pathology. METHODS A multicenter study was undertaken in five community practice settings across the United States. All patients who had minimally invasive laparoscopic hysterectomy with robotic(More)
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