It was a big day for The Queensland Centre for Gynaecological Cancer on 30 October 2016.
Patients frequently ask how we remove the uterus, which normally is the size of a pear, during laparoscopic hysterectomy.
I am asking for your help with a research study. My team and I would like to explore the barriers of implementing laparoscopic hysterectomy.
It is well possible that patients diagnosed with breast cancer have been undertreated in the past.A study to be published soon shows that breast cancer patients who have a hysterectomy...
A recent ABC News feature suggested that the eradication of open hysterectomy and converting them to laparoscopic hysterectomy would save the Australian government $50 million straight away.
Evidence is emerging that laparoscopic hysterectomy is the treatment of choice if a vaginal hysterectomy is not feasible. Injuries of the ureters or the bladder are uncommon after Laparoscopic Hysterectomy.