Vásquez-Ciriaco S1, García-Espinoza JA2*, Jarquin-Arremilla A2 and Davila Ruiz EO2
1Department of Oncological Surgery, High Specialty Regional Hospital of Oaxaca, México
2Department of General Surgery Service, High Specialty Regional Hospital of Oaxaca, México
The history of laparoscopic surgery in gynaecological diseases progressed with the advances of Semm, as well as with the development of tools, equipment, and energy that led to its development in all surgical areas, including oncology. Hysterectomy is now the most frequently performed gynaecological surgery in the United States, with 555,000 operations, while in the United Kingdom 100,000 procedures are carried out per year and only 9.9% were laparoscopic, and 1.5% were radical laparoscopic surgery due to malign disease. Several studies has been the laparoscopic hysterectomy is the best procedure in the treatment benignant and malignant gynaecological disease because is feasible and safe, with shorter hospital stays and a prompt recovery to daily activities.
Laparoscopic hysterectomy; Hospital stays; Hysterectomy; Gynaecological disease
V�squez-Ciriaco S, Garc�a-Espinoza JA, Jarquin-Arremilla A, Davila Ruiz EO. Use of Laparoscopic Hysterectomy in the Treatment of Benign and Malignant Gynecological Disease. Clin Surg. 2017; 2: 1734.