Surgical Tutorial 5 | Neovagina Procedures

Date

Day 4 — Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Time

12:10 pm – 1:10 pm

Location

Room: TBD

Chair

Assia Stepanian

Faculty

Leila Adamyan, Cecile Ferrando (Unger)

Description

This session provides an opportunity for attendees to learn about congenital vaginal agenesis, its impact on the pelvic anatomy and how to select the best surgical and holistic management strategy. The development of the management plan should be based of their age, degree of their agenesis, presence or absence of the concomitant pathology (endometriosis, additional malformation, adenomyosis), presence or absence of the uterus and cervix, their genetic presentation, and tissue quality. Nuances in the management of these patients will be given through the prism of over 25 years of experience. International recognized faculty will present surgical techniques for neovagina creation, vaginal agenesis conditions and strategies to treat of complex surgical encounters.

Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, the clinician will be able to: 1) discuss pelvic anatomy with regards to females with congenital vaginal agenesis 2) recognize the nuances of three types of colpopoesis; 3) identify the approaches and management strategics for complex surgical scenarios in neovagina creation.

Course Outline

Please refer to program below.

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