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The Trocar is the open access Online Scientific Journal of the ISGE, International Society for Gynecological Endoscopy. Thetrocar, The International Society for Gynecological Endoscopy (ISGE) is a global community of engaged surgeons and physicians and offers this platform for sharing knowledge and research open access. We provide DOI registration for your work. ISGE members have the option to publish for free. Non-members have to pay 250€ if the paper is accepted for publication

Identical ovarian and deep pelvic endometriosis with colorectal involvement in monozygotic twins: a case report and review of the literature

DOI: 10.36205/trocar1.2021001

Laparoscopic ischial spine colpopexy: a new approach and first single center experience

DOI: 10.36205/trocar1.2021005

Improved reproductive outcomes in women with adenomyosis undergoing in vitro fertilisation following long term GnRH agonist downregulation: A case series

DOI: 10.36205/trocar1.2021002

Why we should shift from Chronic Endometritis (CE) to Impaired Inflammatory State of the Endometrium (IISE)

DOI: 10.36205/trocarvid1.2020002

Laparoscopic management of a functional non communicating uterine horn with hematometra

DOI: 10.36205/trocarvid1.2020001

Intra-ovarian direct trocar penetration and drainage for access prior to laparoscopic surgery for giant ovarian cyst

DOI: 10.36205/trocar1.2020007

Primary umbilical endometriosis with menstruation from the umbilicus: a case report and review of the literature

DOI: 10.36205/trocar1.2020005

Laparoscopy Myomectomy for Submucous Fibroid in Patient with Previous 3x Caesarean Section

DOI: 10.36205/trocar1.2020003

Fertility after hysteroscopy. Study conducted at the Pikine National Hospital Center

DOI: 10.36205/trocar1.2020004

Uterine isthmus. Anatomy and hysteroscopy correlations for a separate entity

DOI: 10.36205/trocar1.2020006

Defect Oriented Strategy Reducing mesh in pelvic floor surgery by laparoscopic approach

DOI: 10.36205/trocar1.2020002

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