Advances in laparoscopic technology have led to new interest in the vaginal approach to hysterectomy, which has many proven benefits for patients. The authors here caution that this technology helps in only a percentage of cases. Experts explain the indications and contra-indications for the vaginal approach, discuss preoperative assessment procedures and offer an evidence-based elucidation of vaginal hysterectomy. With a full profile of the potential complications, morbidity and mortality associated with the vaginal approach, Vaginal Hysterectomy provides a well-balanced appraisal. It is an essential text for practicing gynecologists, surgeons, consultants and postgraduates.
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