Author | Togas Tulandi, MD

Articles

ISGE June 2003 Volume 9 Issue 2

October 03, 2011

Suppose for instance, that last year, the chair of an organizing committee invites you to lecture at a meeting. You accept. You then assist this chair in organizing the program by inviting other speakers to the meeting. Two months before the meeting, the invitation for you to speak is withdrawn.

ISGE October 2003 Volume 10 Issue 2

October 03, 2011

In minimally invasive surgery (MIS), complications can occur due to faulty instruments, surgical technique, or inadequate patient election. Surgeons who routinely perform MIS rarely encounter complications. Conversely, practicing gynecologists at large often find that certain procedures or techniques are not as safe as previously reported in the literature by the "experts." One of the reasons is that complications tend to be underreported.

ISGE December 2001 Volume 8 Issue 2

October 03, 2011

The tragic events of September 11 have, to put it mildly, thrown many people off balance. On a somewhat secondary scale, our Society was affected. The 5th Regional Meeting of ISGE in conjunction with the 2nd Brazilian Congress of Gynecologic Endoscopy took place on September 12-15, 2001.

Laparoscopic ovarian suspension prior to radiation

September 22, 2011

Radiotherapy is one of the treatment modalities in the management of patients with cancer. It is highly effective in women with early stages of malignancy but it results in the loss of ovarian function.