Problematic Conditions

In obese patients, creation of access might be more difficult while the body habitus of the patient usually does not influence the laparoscopic approach to pelvic region. The thickness of the abdominal wall diminishes the available length of the trocars and consequently the ability to reach deeply situated structures with the instruments.

Previous abdominal surgery or radiotherapy sometimes leads to parietal or intestinal adhesions, which may represent increase risks during access to the Retzius' space.

Periprostatic fibrosis increases the difficulty of dissecting the prostate, particularly its posterior wall. This situation is often observed after neoadjuvant hormonal therapy, repeated transrectal biopsies, previous inflammation of prostate, and finally transurethral resection of the prostate or open adenomectomy of prostate. However, even the patient following external radiotherapy (i.e., salvage prostatectomy) has been treated laparoscopically (16).

5 Ways To Get Rid Of The Baby Fat

5 Ways To Get Rid Of The Baby Fat

Many women who have recently given birth are always interested in attempting to lose some of that extra weight that traditionally accompanies having a baby. What many of these women do not entirely realize is the fact that breast-feeding can not only help provide the baby with essential vitamins and nutrients, but can also help in the weight-loss process.

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