Complications Associated With Two Laparoscopic Procedures Used in the Management of Rectal Endometriosis

@inproceedings{Roman2010ComplicationsAW,
  title={Complications Associated With Two Laparoscopic Procedures Used in the Management of Rectal Endometriosis},
  author={Horatiu Roman and Francisc Rozsnayi and Lucian Pușcașiu and Ben{\^o}it Resch and Hend Belhiba and Beno{\^i}t Lef{\'e}bure and Michel Scott{\'e} and Françis Michot and Lo{\"i}c Marpeau and Jean Jacques Tuech},
  booktitle={JSLS : Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND To evaluate intra- and postoperative complications associated with laparoscopic management of rectal endometriosis by either colorectal segmental resection or nodule excision. METHODS During 39 consecutive months, 46 women underwent laparoscopic management of rectal endometriosis and were included in a retrospective comparative study. The distinguishing feature of the study is that the choice of the surgical procedure is not related to the characteristics of the nodule. RESULTS… CONTINUE READING

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