SIMULTANEOUS LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY IN GYNECOLOGY AND SURGERY

Fakhri Ganiev, Bahodir Negmadzhanov

Abstract


The presence of many patients with combined pathology, which according to the WHO is 30-40%, confronts surgeons and gynecologists the problem of possibility of simultaneous correction of this pathology. Relevant is the question of the necessity and safety of invasive techniques, both classic and minimally invasive, using the endosurgical techniques.


Keywords


simultaneous laparoscopic surgery, calculous cholecystitis.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12955/emhpj.v8i2.706

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