Rectocele repair evolves.
I have asked Dr. Neeraj Kohli, chief of the urogynecology division at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, to discuss the nuances of the use of mesh or grafts to augment rectocele repairs. A urogynecologist in the department of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Kohli will make the case for the use of mesh or grafts in selected patients who in the past would have been treated via site-specific defect repair. I am certain that you will find Dr. Kohli's Master Class in gynecologic surgery to be both intriguing and thought provoking.
BY CHARLES E. MILLER, M.D.
DR. MILLER, a reproductive endocrinologist in private practice in Arlington Heights, Ill., and Naperville, Ill., is the medical editor of this column.
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|Author:||Miller, Charles E.|
|Publication:||OB GYN News|
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|Date:||Jun 1, 2006|
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