Clinical practice of minimally invasive surgery in gynecological treatments
Humera Bint Raees
The medical world is facing increasing demands for improvement of the quality of life of women of all ages. This is not possible without overall improvement of the healthcare of females, and, in particular, of the quality of surgical treatment for gynecologic pathology. Positive changes are ensured by the active introduction of minimally invasive technologies into all spheres of gynecologic practices. There are almost no medical, demographic or technical limits for the application of endoscopy in gynecology, while the benefits it provides are extraordinary. Present research study clinically analysis the risk and other factors associated with minimally invasive surgery in gynecological treatments. The process of positive change towards minimally invasive surgery in operative gynecology should be supported and promoted by the medical community in every possible way.