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Komplikationen nach laparoskopischen und offen-chirurgischen Eingriffen in der Gynäkologie

  • V. Frank
  • E. H. Schmidt
  • R. L. DeWilde
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Zusammenfassung

Die zunehmende Verbreitung der endoskopischen Techniken ist vielfach begleitet von dem Glauben, dass diese Verfahren einfach und ohne Risi-ken sind. Der Begriff „minimalinvasive Chirurgie“ führt zur Unterschät-zung der Möglichkeit der Komplikationen. „Minimalinvasiv“ ist nur der Zugangsweg, der eigentliche chirurgische Operationsvorgang entspricht dem der offenen Chirurgie. Daher beinhaltet diese Therapieform, wie je-de chirurgische Intervention auch, eine Vielzahl von möglichen Komplikationen.

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