Laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy

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Laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy is a well-established technique to treat apical vaginal prolapse. De novo micturition disorders, pelvic pain, and defecation disorders have been reported and may be due to intraoperative compromise…

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We thank Ms Rolfe for her comments. With respect to her suggestion of a need for increasing the number of data collection points, we agree and did mention this limitation…

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The medusa-headed myoma

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Case notes A 43-year old perimenopausal multiparous woman was posted for removal of a large, asymptomatic 32-week size pedunculated myoma, diagnosed during her routine health checkup and confirmed radiologically. Following…

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Thank you Tineke Vandenbroucke, MSc and Dr Amant for your thoughtful questions. We share your passion to treat pregnant women who are diagnosed with cancer so that they are able…

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We agree with Dr Sholapurkar about the fact that: (1) good surgical principles should remain at the basis of the recommendations regarding uterus closure; and (2) randomized controlled trials are…

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Development of children born to mothers with cancer during pregnancy: comparing in utero chemotherapy-exposed children with nonexposed controls

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We read with interest the article by Cardonick et al that compared the results of 35 children who were exposed to chemotherapy in utero with 22 nonexposed children. The percentages of…

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We thank both correspondents for their comments regarding our article. The most appropriate terminology for delayed cord clamping must await further evidence on whether interventions that increase the volume of…

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