Pratima Datta Kadam

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We report an interesting case of parasitic fibroid which developed from a morcellation remnant following laparoscopic myomectomy. The patient presented with incidental finding of pelvic mass in 2005. She underwent laparoscopic myomectomy for a myoma extending from the Pouch of Douglas to both sides of broad ligament. She subsequently presented with(More)
Single-incision laparoscopic surgery is an alternative to conventional multiport laparoscopy. Single-access laparoscopy using a transumbilical port affords maximum cosmetic benefits because the surgical incision is hidden in the umbilicus. The advantages of single-access laparoscopic surgery may include less bleeding, infection, and hernia formation and(More)
There was an oversight in the Authorship of a recent Images in Urogynecology article titled: Rectocutaneous fistula with transmigration of the suture: a rare delayed complication of vault fixation with the sacrospinous ligament (DOI 10.1007/ s00192-015-2823-5). We would like to include Adj A/P Han How Chuan’s name in the list of authors. Adj A/P Han is a(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze the feasibility and technique of dissecting the urinary bladder from the lower uterine segment during total laparoscopic hysterectomy in women who have previously delivered by cesarean section. DESIGN Retrospective review (Canadian Task Force classification II-1). SETTING Dedicated high-volume gynecologic laparoscopy center. (More)
Uterine leiomyomas are one of the most common benign smooth muscle tumors in women, with a prevalence of 20 to 40% in women over the age of 35 years. Although many women are asymptomatic, problems such as bleeding, pelvic pain, and infertility may necessitate treatment. Laparoscopic myomectomy is one of the treatment options for myomas. The major concern of(More)
A 66-year-old woman with a history of vaginal hysterectomy, anterior and posterior pelvic floor repair, tension-free vaginal tape insertion, and right sacrospinous ligament fixation presented with a right gluteal lump and serous discharge. MRI and colonoscopy confirmed it to be a fistula (Figs. 1 and 2). An ultrasound scan performed previously showed an(More)
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