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laparoscopic pelvic lymphadenectomy

March 2, 2015 by  
Filed under Endometrial Cancer

laparoscopic pelvic lymphadenectomy for endometrial cancer.


8 Responses to “laparoscopic pelvic lymphadenectomy”
  1. gynedocs says:

    Great dissection, I was looking forward to meeting you at Manipal in Dec. I
    noticed you didn’t use any clips, do you experience any lymph leak or
    collection at all post op? Dr S M (UK)

  2. Sevellaraja Supermaniam says:

    @Telepcanin Yes, only 4 or 5 small incisions. This is a big surgery and can
    take between 3 to 5 hours. Selva

  3. Faruk vanlıoğlu says:

    I will wait for your new videos thank you.

  4. Sevellaraja Supermaniam says:

    @Telepcanin I am a laparoscopic surgeon specializing in infertility. I have
    been performing laparoscopic surgery for 15 yrs. I am not a gynaecological
    oncologic surgeon but I operate these cases with a gynae oncologic surgeon
    so we share our experiences. We have already performed about 15 cases so

  5. Sevellaraja Supermaniam says:

    Thanks for your comment. I missed the Manipal meeting because of another
    commitment. Pratap Kumar is a good friend of mine. I do not use clips for
    my lymphadenectomy just diathemy of all lymphathic channels. I have not
    experienced any collection of lymphatics. I was at the AAGL in Washington
    in Nov 2007 and I learned that using harmonics to seal lymphatics causes
    minimal lymph leak. I have started using harmonics for my lymph node
    dissection now. Selva

  6. Gabii Garciia says:

    Que demonios es eso?

  7. zomgbbqwth says:

    @drsselva u performing laparoscopic surgery for 15 years? and you have
    already performed ABOUT 15 cases so far? 15 is a countable number~ so why
    the “about” word? and 15 years = 15 cases? i dono…

  8. Sevellaraja Supermaniam says:

    You got it wrong. I have performed over 3000 laparoscopic surgeries so for
    in the past 16 years. We only started doing laparosocopic surgery for
    cancer for about 2 years and that is the reason why we have performed about
    now 20 cases of laparosocpic surgery for cancer in women. I perform about
    15 cases of laparoscopic surgery for noncancer cases every week

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