Reconstructive Techniques

  • Leslie A. Walton
Part of the Clinical Perspectives in Obstetrics and Gynecology book series (CPOG)

Abstract

The increasing longevity of women, the renewed emphasis on physical well-being, the increasing attention to preservation of body image, and the expectation of a return to near-normal function are among the reasons why reconstructive approaches to the female genital tract are being increasingly emphasized and utilized in gynecologic surgery.

Keywords

Obesity Lymphoma Mold Proline Androgen 

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