Gynaecologist & Endoscopic Surgeon

Presentations

91. Cooper MJW. The role of video surgical records. Presented at the AGES “Back to the Future” Conference, Melbourne, 23rd May 2003.

92. Kowalski D, Cooper MJW, Reid G. An age related symptom set in endometriosis. Presented at the AGES “Back to the Future” Conference, Melbourne, 22rd May 2003.

93. Kowalski D, Reid G, Cooper MJW. Symptom relief in subjects following laparoscopic excisional surgery for endometriosis. Presented at the AGES “Back to the Future” Conference, Melbourne, 23rd May 2003.

94. Raja K, Kowalski D, Reid G, Cooper MJW. A prospective analysis of irritable bowel syndrome in a series of patients primarily investigated for endometriosis. Presented at the AGES “Back to the Future” Conference, Melbourne, 23rd May 2003.

95. Cooper MJW. Pelvic denervation for chronic pelvic pain. Presented at the AGES Pelvic Pain Meeting, Gold Coast, 14th November 2003.

96. Cooper MJW. Invited surgeon. Laparoscopic Tubal Reversal Workshop 10 – 11 February 2004. National Women’s Hospital Auckland New Zealand.

97. Cooper MJW. Laparoscopic Tubal Reversal. The Australian Experience. Laparoscopic Tubal Reversal Workshop 10-11 February 2004. National Women’s Hospital Auckland New Zealand.

98. Cooper MJW. Endometriomas an evidence based approach. Reproductive Surgery Meeting. 10 – 13 Feb 2004, Auckland New Zealand.

99. Cooper MJW. Severe bowel and urinary tract endometriosis. Reproductive Surgery Meeting. 10 – 13 Feb 2004, Auckland New Zealand.

100. Cooper MJW. Entry Technique Revisted. Presented at AGES Annual Scientific Meeting. Brisbane 26-29 May 2004.

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How Does Surgical Volume Affect Gynecologic Surgery Outcomes?

More evidence that low volume surgeons have more problems: https://t.co/gw77JTNAao

Dr Kaunitz suggests an honest self-assessment of our experience level when planning for surgical care of our patients.

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