Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 14th, 1999
There's a different technique in the field, and though not regularly used, it may prove to be quite a valuable tool for gynecologists. Minilaparotomy, a transverse or vertical incision 3-5 cm in length, should be regarded as a valid surgical option, according to Michael K. Flynn, MD, and Jonathan M. Niloff, MD, both of Harvard Medical School.
"Minilaparotomy is a...
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