Raúl Castro-Pérez

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A survey was conducted in order to dispel misconceptions about natural orifice transvaginal cholecystectomy. Forty-two patients were surveyed after having undergone that procedure. Those patients were asked questions related to 1) patient satisfaction, 2) whether they would recommend the procedure to others, and 3) dyspaurenia. The survey was done after a(More)
OBJECTIVE To report two benign liver lesions treatment under minilaparoscopic-assisted transvaginal approach. PATIENTS AND METHODS Females, 44 and 45 years old, respectively, were treated. Patient 1 showed a 1,2 cm Ø tumor located in the left liver lobe. In preoperative studies was not possible to discern the etiology, for what was decided surgical(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE We are sharing information regarding the surveillance of the first entrance port in laparoscopic and natural orifice transvaginal endoscopy surgeries. However, we are not analyzing techniques or other surgical findings. METHOD In this study, 160 women with previous abdominal pelvic surgeries underwent laparoscopic surgery, 145(More)
OBJECTIVE To present the first transvaginal cholecystectomies performed in Cuba. METHODS This is a study involving 7 female patients. The ages of the patients varied from 33 to 62 years of age, with an average age of 47.7. All of them had symptomatic cholelithiasis performed between March 11, 2008 and May 7, 2008. The operation performed in each case was(More)
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