This video presents a combined colorectal and gynecologic procedure for adhesions and endometriosis. Doctors Steven D. McCarus and Jay A. Redan performed the surgery. Dr. McCarus is Chief of Gynecologic Surgery and Director for the Center of Pelvic Health, Celebration Health.
KARL STORZ Endoscopy is making this webcast recording available as part of their ongoing efforts to provide education and training in minimalThe case involved a 40-year-old female with life-altering pelvic and abdominal pain associated with endometriosis. The procedure was a laparoscopic supra cervical hysterectomy with BSO with possible colon resection resulting from stage-4 pelvic endometriosis.
Doctors Steven D. McCarus and Jay A. Redan performed the surgery.
The combined colorectal and gynecological procedure demonstrates the patient advantages for a team approach to provide a one step surgical cure for the disease.
The patient history includes the following: 40 W/F; chronic pelvic pain; (2) previous pelvic laparoscopies; dyspareunea (painful intercourse); dysmenorrheal (painful periods); and nuliparus uterus (no children).
KARL STORZ Endoscopy is making this recorded webcast available as part of their ongoing efforts to provide education and training in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery.