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Korean Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 2000;43(4):604-610.
Published online January 1, 2001.
The Clinical study of Pelviscopic Surgery.
Soon In Jeong, Jae Hyung Na, Hyuk Jung
Abstract
OBJECTIVE
Pelviscopic surgery has been used in the treatment of some gynecologic disease. And now, it is applied in almost all cases of gynecologic disease. This study is performed to evaluate the clinical advantages of pelviscopic surgery. Mehtods: From March, 1997 to February 1999, total 310 cases were received laparoscopic surgery on dept. OBGY of Seonam University hospital and Chosun University hospital. We reviewed the chart and analyzed these cases about age, parity, clinical indication, operation type, duration of hospitalization, operation time and complication. RESULTS: The results of this study were summarized as follows : 1. The mean age of patients was 32.1 years old with ranges between 15 and 54 years old. 2. The mean parity of the patients was 1.33. 3. The common indications were ectopic pregnancy (33.5%), ovarian cyst (28.4%) and uterine myoma (16.5%). 4. The frequent types of surgery were salpingectomy (23.2%), adnexectomy (22.6%) and laparoscopy assisted vaginal hysterectomy (LAVH) (13.9%). 5. The operation time was variable according to the types of operation and difficulty. 6. The mean duration of hospitalization was 4.17 days. 7. The most frequent complication was hemorrhage at the trocar site. CONCLUSION: Pelviscopic surgery is useful and recommended for the treatment of gynecologic disease, because this is safe and has many advantages. So, we expect the number and indication of pelviscopic surgery will be increased in future.
Key Words: Pelviscopic surgery


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