Author | James E. Carter, MD, PhD

Articles

Surgical Treatment for Chronic Pelvic Pain

October 03, 2011

Article

The source of chronic pelvic pain may be reproductive organ, urological, musculoskeletal - neurological, gastrointestinal, or myofascial. A psychological component almost always is a factor whether as an antecedent event or presenting as depression as result of the pain.

ISGE February, 2001 Volume 7 Issue 1

October 03, 2011

Article

We are entering a time in the development of the discipline of gynecologic endoscopy where there is an opportunity to build bridges, both ideologically and functionally. The science and practice of endoscopy have progressed to the point where core groups of advanced endoscopic surgeons have organized themselves in every corner of the world, not only to exchange knowledge, but also to set goals and plan for the future of the field.

Uterine Artery Embolization

July 08, 2011

Article

A Non-surgical Outpatient Procedure for the Treatment of Symptomatic Fibroids

Prevention and Management of Laparoendoscopic Surgical Complications Laparoscopic Myomectomy

June 30, 2011

Article

Uterine myomas are the most common tumors of the female genital tract. = Hysterectomy has been a very common therapy in patients who have completed reproduction. In fact, uterine myomas = account for 20% of the 650,000 hysterectomies performed annually in the United States. Interest in uterine = preservation and organ preserving surgery through techniques of minimally invasive surgery has increased since the first = reports of laparoscopic myomectomy in 1980.