J H Bellina

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  • J H Bellina
  • American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
  • 1983
This paper relates our comprehensive treatment and follow-up of 242 women with condyloma acuminatum over an 8-year period. Laser treatments were carried out at an average power density of 800 W/cm2. Thirty-five patients received a general anesthetic prior to treatment. All other patients were treated in the outpatient clinic. The majority of patients had(More)
The clip appendectomy is an alternative to the classical suture appendectomy. The use of a new polymer clip facilitates this technique. During pelvic reconstructive surgery an appendectomy may be indicated when suspected appendiceal pathology (such as endometriosis) could adversely affect the surgical outcome. Clip appendectomy can reduce the operative time(More)
Laser tissue interactions were studied to relate the physical biothermal changes observed in treatment of cervical intraepithelial neoplasias. Confirmational changes in epithelium impacted with energies of 25 joules/cm2 were related to experimental and theoretical models. Analysis of cytology, histology, and SEM were compared to a mathematical model and(More)
In this study we sought to compare laser tissue interaction in both the quasi-continuous waveform and electronically pulsed waveform of the carbon dioxide laser. An intramode analysis of the electronically pulsed form (at 350 and 650 pulses per second) was also undertaken. Intraperitoneal laser incisions were made on New Zealand white female virginal(More)
UNLABELLED In 1974 the carbon dioxide laser was adapted to the operating microscope for reconstructive pelvic surgery. A protocol was designed to test the efficacy of this surgical modality and a new study begun. Complete documentation of laparoscopic findings, surgical technique, and pre- and post-operative hysterosalpingograms are kept on videotape. One(More)
Carbon dioxide laser treatment is a very effective mode of removal of small fragments of tissue from the cervix which causes minimal bleeding and trauma and is followed by rapid healing. Biopsy sections and particularly cytologic preparations obtained from the areas of laser action indicate that squamous and columnar epithelial cells and possibly fibrocytes(More)
Between September 1979 and December 1982, 230 cases of tubal reconstructive surgery were followed for 2 years. An analysis of these cases showed 75% to have had more than one procedure performed. There were 91 pregnancies in this group. In the bipolar disease population, 36% achieved an intrauterine pregnancy. Tubal reversal procedure resulted in comparable(More)