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  • Jaenisch
  • The Journal of the American Association of…
  • 1996
Between April 1993 and November 1995 I performed 50 laparoscopic hysterectomies. The indications for surgery were chronic menometrorrhagia in 40 women, enlargement of the uterus in 8, and pelvic pain in 2. Bipolar coagulation was used in the first 20 cases exclusively and a combination of Endo GIA 30 and bipolar in the other 30. The operating time using(More)
  • Jaenisch
  • The Journal of the American Association of…
  • 1996
Between March 1994 and November 1995 I performed 54 laparoscopic procedures for chronic pelvic pain. Severe (grade 4) endometriosis was found in nine women. Operating time in these women ranged from 90 to 210 minutes and the average hospital stay was 24 hours. The only complication was a colonic-vaginal fistula. I believe that this endoscopic technique can(More)
  • Jaenisch
  • The Journal of the American Association of…
  • 1996
From August 1995 to February 1996 I treated 20 women with urinary stress incontinence with a modified method replacing sutures with mesh and staples. Operating time ranged from 45 to 90 minutes, no intraoperative or postoperative complications occurred, and every patient was able to void spontaneously before discharge in 24 hours. This new approach has(More)
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