Gynaecologist & Endoscopic Surgeon

Presentations

71. Cooper MJW. A medical view of hysterectomy. AGES & South Western Sydney Area Health Service Symposium on Hysterectomy Alternatives. Sydney, 14th November 1999.

72. Cooper MJW. Alternatives to Hysterectomy. Australian Plaintiff Lawyer’s Association NSW Branch Conference, Manly, 4th March 2000.

73. Cooper MJW. Image Capture in Endoscopic Surgery. Joint International Society of Gynecological Endoscopy & Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Gold Coast 18th April 2000.

74. Cooper MJW. Excisional surgery for endometriosis. Pelvic Surgery Meeting II. Sydney, 8th October 2000.

75. Kaloo P, Cooper MJW. Laparoscopic entry – A literature review and analysis of technique and complications of primary port entry. Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Perth 3rd May 2001.

76. Cooper MJW. Treatment of ovarian endometriosis. Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Perth 4th May 2001.

77. Cooper MJW. Image capture techniques and computer records. Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Perth 4th May 2001.

78. Kaloo PD, Cooper MJW, Reid GD. Symptom relief in subjects following laparoscopic excisional surgery for endometriosis. Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Perth 4th May 2001.

79. Kaloo PD, Cooper MJW. Fertility outcomes following laparoscopic tubal reanastomosis. Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Perth 4th May 2001.

80. Kaloo PD, Cooper MJW, Reid GD. A prospective multi-centre study of major laparoscopic complications related to the direct entry technique. Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Perth 4th May 2001.

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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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