Gynaecologist & Endoscopic Surgeon

Why have an abdominal (open) hysterectomy?

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Good question. Most (90%) of all hysterectomies can now be performed without a major abdominal incision and only one to two days in hospital.
Rare reasons for a large cut include cancer and a very big uterus. By way of comparison it is now extraordinarily rare to have your gallbladder removed via a large incision.

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