Author | Franklin D. Loffer, MD

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Office Hysteroscopy

September 26, 2011

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Pantaleoni first performed hysteroscopy in 1869, but it was not until the early 1970s that hysteroscopy became part of the gynecologist's armamentarium. The need for visual appraisal of the endocervix and endometrial cavity and technical advances in instrumentation increased the awareness of, and interest in, the advantages of hysteroscopic sterilization techniques.

Complications of Fluid Overload from Resectoscopic Surgery

June 22, 2011

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Excess absorption of liquid distending media is one of the most frequent complications of operative hysteroscopy. Although most women recover uneventfully, we are seeing cases of permanent morbidity or death resulting from this complications.

The 30th AAGL Annual Meeting

September 08, 2006

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OBGYN.net Conference CoverageFrom ISGE 2001 Congress - Chicago, Illinois, 2001

The 30th AAGL Annual Meeting Video

September 08, 2006

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OBGYN.net Conference CoverageFrom ISGE 2001 Congress - Chicago, Illinois, 2001