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Prevalence and risk factors for mesh erosion after laparoscopic-assisted sacrocolpopexy

Based on this study, surgeons should consider supracervical hysterectomy over total vaginal hysterectomy as the procedure of choice in association with MISC unless removal of the cervix is otherwise indicated.

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Laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy (LASH), a retrospective study of 1,584 cases regarding intra- and perioperative complications

In this retrospective analysis, the rate of complications for LASH was very low in a hospital of standard care and residency. LASH has to be considered as a minimally invasive method with a low perioperative morbidity to treat benign uterine pathologies even in a teaching setting and should therefore be the method of choice if the cervix can be preserved.

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Modifications of laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy technique significantly reduce postoperative spotting

The results of this study indicate that the routine excision of the endocervix is a quick safe procedure which allows a significant reduction of postoperative cyclical bleeding in patients who undergo LSH.

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