Techniques for contained morcellation in gynecologic surgery

Contained morcellation of uterine tissue is readily accomplished via a laparoscopic approach within an insufflated endoscopic pouch, or via ultraminilaparotomy using a flexible, self-retaining retractor.

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Authors

Serene S. Srouji, M.D., Daniel J. Kaser, M.D., Antonio R. Gargiulo, M.D.

Abstract

Contained morcellation of uterine tissue is readily accomplished via a laparoscopic approach within an insufflated endoscopic pouch, or via ultraminilaparotomy using a flexible, self-retaining retractor.

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