Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 1st, 2011
"Adverse event rates were similar between cohorts (37% laparoscopy vs 43% laparotomy, P = .248). Laparotomies had higher rates of cellulitis (16% vs 7%, P = .018) and open wound infection (9% vs 2%, P = .02), whereas laparoscopy had higher rates of sensory peripheral nerve deficit (5% vs...
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