AAGL 2021 has officially begun: What to expect from the 50th Global Congress on MIGS

The American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL) 50th Global Congress on minimally invasive gynecologic surgery (MIGS) begins today and continues through Wednesday, November 17 in Austin, Texas. Follow along for the latest coverage.

The underlying message of this year’s Global Congress on MIGS—The Future of MIGS: Innovation and Globalization—honors 50 years of the AAGL as the largest medical society focused on gynecologic surgery with more than 7,000 members across 110 countries.

This year’s hybrid model reflects AAGL’s dedication to globalization and innovation, boasting a robust schedule of sessions, debates and panel discussions, tutorials, and more.

From a live cadaver uterine harvest and transplant to a TED-Talk style discussion on the parallels between laparoscopic surgery and rock and roll music, AAGL21 is packed with cutting-edge content you don’t want to miss.

Follow along with Contemporary OB/GYN® as we cover critical topics, including what’s new in:

  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning;
  • contemporary techniques for the MIGS surgeon;
  • endometriosis diagnosis and management;
  • reproductive surgery;
  • gender-affirming care, and more.

Check back daily for on-the-spot coverage.