The first fully-robotic system was approved for clinical use in the USA in 2000. Amazingly that is now almost two decades ago. The last 10 years has seen an explosive growth in the use of robots particularly in the USA but increasingly in Australia. Urology surgeons led the way finding it increasingly useful to perform…Details
A cautionary tale about adenomyosis, difficult surgical decisions and when to focus on what you have.
I have recently seen a patient who has been placed in a most unfortunate position. This lady has been in a happy, stable relationship for over 15 years and has been attempting to conceive unsuccessfully for most of that time. Aged 41 when I first met her, she was born with a congenital bowel issue…Details
This under-researched condition, possibly a variant of endometriosis, can be a critical consideration particularly for patients with endometriosis. The definition is of endometrial glands and stroma growing within the myometrium of the uterus or in other words not dissimilar to endometriosis but growing in the wrong part of the uterus. I liken it to having…Details
A recent media report from the Sydney Morning Herald confirms the data from Genea over the last few years that single ET at IVF clearly gives superior results. This will have significant implications for units that traditionally transfer multiple embryos. The USA in particular is likely to have a significant change in practice and probably…Details