Occasionally, gynecologic patients require other general surgical procedures, either in association with or because of gynecologic surgery. Although some of these procedures may be beyond the training of a generalist gynecologic surgeon, the techniques, indications, and complications should be familiar to all pelvic surgeons.
KeywordsSplenic Flexure Umbilical Hernia Complete Blood Cell Count Preoperative Preparation Preoperative Investigation
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