Minimally Invasive Treatment Modalities for Female Pelvic Floor Disorders

Posted On 2020-10-29 15:02:17


The series on “Minimally Invasive Treatment Modalities for Female Pelvic Floor Disorders” is edited by Dr. Gokhan Kilic, from Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, U.S.A.

This series covers the field within 10 review articles starting from the basics such as principles of electrosurgery, overcoming surgical challenges, followed by comparing vaginal surgical procedures, adapting laparoscopy and robot-assisted surgeries. Last but not least promising innovative surgical techniques such as laparoscopic lateral suspension, vaginal assisted laparoscopic colpopexy, and Neuropelviology, a new expanding field are included.

Editorial on Minimally Invasive Treatment Modalities for Female Pelvic Floor Disorders (Preface)
Current surgical techniques to improve pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence
Gokhan Sami Kilic

Review Article on Minimally Invasive Treatment Modalities for Female Pelvic Floor Disorders
Burch colposuspension using minimally invasive techniques
Peter M. Lotze, Kathy Mostajeran, Annie Li, Eberhard Lotze, Tiffany Ironside

Minimally invasive surgery in pelvic pain: from a gynecological perspective
Salih Yilmaz, Nura Fitnat Topbas Selcuki, Taner Usta, Ahmet Kale

Laparoscopic lateral suspension for apical vaginal wall prolapse: review article
Baris Mulayim

Overcoming challenges in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery
Victoria Wesevich, Emily M. Webster, Sarah E. Baxley

The transvaginal tape surgery vs. trans-obturator tape for stress urinary incontinence
Apurva B. Pancholy

Sacrospinous ligament suspension and uterosacral ligament suspension in the treatment of apical prolapse
Toy G. Lee, Bekir Serdar Unlu

Minimally invasive surgery in rectopexy at the time of sacrocolpopexy
Bekir Serdar Unlu, Gokhan Sami Kilic

Principles and safe use of electrosurgery in minimally invasive surgery
Mohsen Mahmoud El-Sayed, Ertan Saridogan

Vaginal-assisted laparoscopic sacrohystero/colpopexy with retroperitoneal tunneling: tips and tricks, and a review of the literature
Omer Lutfi Tapisiz, Sadiman Kiykac Altinbas, Ali Riza Dogan

Robotic-assisted sacrocolpopexy steps
Furkan Dursun, Rose Khavari


Disclosure:
The series “Minimally Invasive Treatment Modalities for Female Pelvic Floor Disorders” was commissioned by the editorial office, Gynecology and Pelvic Medicine without any sponsorship or funding. Gokhan Kilic is serving as the unpaid Guest Editor for the series.