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Laparoscopic Subtotal Hysterectomy

  • Marie Ellström

Abstract

The role of laparoscopic surgery is to be a substitute for abdominal surgery without creating new indications when using this new technique. It is therefore not possible to discuss laparoscopic subtotal hysterectomy (LSH) without commenting on the ongoing discussion about benefits and hazards of preserving the cervix.

Keywords

Obstet Gynecol Vaginal Hysterectomy Abdominal Hysterectomy Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy Total Hysterectomy 
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