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Recovery from Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy

Abdominal surgery is done by laparotomy (“lapar” means abdomen, “otomy” means to open) with one larger incision,  or laparoscopy (“lapar” means abdomen, “scopy” refers to a tube with a l

Pain After Excision Surgery

"I had excision surgery but did not obtain relief. Was my surgery a failure?"

Specimen Removal During Supracervical Hysterectomy

Although the uterus is primarily a thick-walled muscle, it is the lining that bleeds, not the uterine wall.

Ovarian Cysts

Every month on the ovary, an egg develops in a fluid-filled cyst, called a follicle. The ovarian follicle produces the first female hormone, Estrogen.

Diaphragm Endometriosis

Endometriosis is estimated to occur in 10-15 % of the female population. Endometriosis involves the diaphragm in 1-1.5% of patients with endometriosis.

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