MINISTRY OF HEALTH İZMİR PROVINCIAL HEALTH DIRECTORATE BORNOVA TÜRKAN ÖZİLHAN STATE HOSPITAL
MINISTRY OF HEALTH İZMİR PROVINCIAL HEALTH DIRECTORATE BORNOVA TÜRKAN ÖZİLHAN STATE HOSPITAL

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Total laparoscopic hysterectomy

Updated: 30/12/2019

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1. WHAT IS HYSTERECTOMY AND SALPINGOOFERECTOMY?

Uterine surgery for various reasons (fibroids, uterine inner layer diseases, endometriosis disease, uterus

sagging). Uterine surgery (hysterectomy) by incision from the vagina or abdomen or

can be performed with the help of closed method (laparoscopic) with the use of holes and abdominal optics. This surgery

During ovaries can be taken unilaterally or bilaterally. Holding the uterus in the pelvis during surgery

Once ligaments and vessels are held and ligated, the uterus and / or ovaries are removed by incisions.

Recommended surgical intervention:

  • Abdominal uterine incision
  • Uterus from the chamber (vaginal)
  • Uterine removal with closed method (laparoscopic)

Removal of the ovaries:

  • Both will be taken
  • Only the right side will be taken
  • Only left side will be taken

2. POSSIBLE CAUSES OF DISEASE

Fibroids, Endometrial Polyp, Endometrial Hyperplasia, Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding,

3. BY AND WHERE TO PROCESS

The procedure is performed by the obstetrician in the operating room of our hospital.

4. HOW WAY AND HOW THE PROCEDURE WILL BE CARRIED OUT

Uterine surgery (hysterectomy) with holes in the chamber (vaginal) or abdominal incision or abdominal holes and optics

device can be done with the help of closed method (laparoscopic). During this surgery, the ovaries are single or

Double sided available. During surgery, the ligaments and vessels that hold the uterus in the pelvis

after ligation, the uterus and / or ovaries are removed by incisions.

5. ESTIMATION TIME OF THE PROCEDURE:

30 minutes.

6. EXPECTED BENEFITS FROM THE TRANSACTION

Discontinuation of the patient's bleeding, detection of bleeding pathology and treatment for this pathology

Giving.