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Efficacy of Tissue Removal Systems for Intrauterine Pathology

In many surgical procedures, tissue specimens must be removed from the body. For intrauterine surgery, when is tissue removal necessary? How can bi...
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    In many surgical procedures, tissue specimens must be removed from the body. For intrauterine surgery, when is tissue removal necessary? How can biological matter be removed from a small incision safely?

    In this special edition of Advances in Women’s Health, join Dr. Amy Mackey as she discusses the efficacy of tissue removal systems for intrauterine pathology with Dr. Robert Zurawin, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. They will cover best practices, methods of incision and removal, safety considerations, and common challenges faced by practicing surgeons.

    Click here to learn more about other women's health programs in this special series.

     

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