Miscellaneous Procedures

  • Maurice J. Webb

Abstract

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.

Keywords

Obesity Catheter Creatinine Heparin Adductor Muscle 

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© Mayo Foundation 1994

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