Laparoscopic entry techniques.

@article{Ahmad2008LaparoscopicET,
  title={Laparoscopic entry techniques.},
  author={Ghanizadeh Ahmad and James M N Duffy and Kevin Phillips and Andrew Watson},
  journal={The Cochrane database of systematic reviews},
  year={2008},
  volume={2},
  pages={CD006583}
}
BACKGROUND Laparoscopy is a very common procedure in gynaecology. Complications associated with laparoscopy are often related to entry. The life-threatening complications include injury to the bowel, bladder, major abdominal vessels, and anterior abdominal-wall vessel. Other less serious complications can also occur, such as post-operative infection, subcutaneous emphysema and extraperitoneal insufflation. There is no clear consensus as to the optimal method of entry into the peritoneal cavity… CONTINUE READING
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