Our last regional meeting in Cameroon focused on the needs of regions with limited material resources…
By Guenter Noé
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AD: Application video MetraBag – Dr. Noé (Dormagen); In this video we introduce you to the BOWA MetraBag. The MetraBag is the specimen and morcellation bag that enables the morcellation and specimen collection of the surgical specimen with low levels of cell dispersal for hysterectomy or myomectomy.
AD: ERGOact: The future is in your hands; With ERGOact, the first manually activated bipolar coagulation instrument, you operate without a foot switch for the first time in this instrument class. For more safety, control and comfort.
I am pleased to present you a very interesting issue of our magazine at the end of the year. The ISGE was already founded as a teaching community and has felt committed to the needs of the less developed regions of the world in recent decades and has lived it. Our last regional meeting in Cameroon focused on the needs of regions with limited material resources. Continue reading introduction …
A displaced sling after pectopexy with small PP sling, detachment at the cervix (left) and sacropexy single after 4 years (right)
Index: TheTrocar Volume 3 – Issue 4. 2022
Full articles open access
A case of giant uterine fibroid with pregnancy
A new hysteroscopic aspect for adenomyosis: case report
A rare case of a vesicouterine fistula managed by 3 minimally invasive approaches (Video Article)
Chronic non-puerperal uterine inversion and submucosal fibroid: a case report
Intrauterine bone findings among women attending hysteroscopy at CHRACERH – Yaoundé: report of 6 cases
Laparoscopic Hysterectomy training program at Te Whatu Ora Counties Manukau
Pelvic Anatomy: Unusual Anatomical Ureteric Variation Do we need to be aware of ? Video Case report
Recommendations for the application of laparoscopic surgery in gynae-oncology – ISGE Gynae-Oncology Task Force
Ultrasound features of uterosacral ligaments on transvaginal scanning