Ureter Dissection at Pelvic Surgery for Endometriosis.

Ureter Dissection at Pelvic Surgery for Endometriosis. BJOG. 2020 Feb 27;: Authors: Falcone T Abstract The main objective of this paper by Wolf et al is to retrospectively evaluate if preservation of the mesureter within the context of total mesometrial resection for cervical cancer results in fewer ureteric complications (BJOG 2020 xxxx). They observe a 3% prevalence of ureteral complications versus 11% prevalence (P=0.049) if there was preservation of the mesureter. The main principles of this surgery is preservation of lateral ureteral blood supply during mobilization of the ureter. PMID: 32103621 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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