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Gynecologic Endoscopy
Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy / Normal and Abnormal Female Anatomy

Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

I use special instruments to “cook” and then cut the tissue.     I use special instruments to “cook” and then cut the tissue.
I use special instruments to “cook” and then cut the tissue to
separate the left tube and ovary from the uterus.
 

I also separate the bladder from the uterus.
I also separate the bladder from the uterus.
 

I then “cook” and cut away the blood supply from the left side of the uterus.    I then “cook” and cut away the blood supply from the left side of the uterus.
I then “cook” and cut away the blood supply from the left side of the uterus.
 

After dissecting to the level of the vagina.     I proceed to the right side to perform similar procedures.
After dissecting to the level of the vagina, I proceed
to
the right side to perform similar procedures.
 

Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy (Continued)

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