Endoscopy surgery Excised Endometriosis Recent release of an Egg Uterine Fibroid

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Gynecologic Endoscopy
Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy / Normal and Abnormal Female Anatomy

Right Ovarian Cystectomy

I use special instruments to grasp and cut the ovary.     I use special instruments to grasp and cut the ovary.
I use special instruments to grasp and cut the ovary.

 

I then dissect the cyst away from the ovary.     I then dissect the cyst away from the ovary.
I then dissect the cyst away from the ovary.

 

The residual ovary continues to function and produces eggs and hormones.
The residual ovary continues to function and produces eggs and hormones.


We place four band aids on the abdomen.
We place four band aids on the abdomen. The patient returns home three hours after surgery and resumes most activities in one to two weeks.


 

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