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TABLE OF CONTENTS



EDITORIAL
The glass ceiling of endometriosis surgeons is research
P.R. Koninckx, A. Ussia, S.W. Guo, E. Saridogan

OPINION AND VIEWPOINT
Breast cancer screening in women taking hormone replacement therapy needs updating
P. R. Koninckx, A. Ussia, G. Page

SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Impact of congenital uterine anomalies on obstetric and perinatal outcomes: systematic review and meta-analysis
M. Caballero Campo, F. Pérez Milán, M. Carrera Roig, E. Moratalla Bartolomé, J. A. Domínguez Arroyo, J.L. Alcázar Zambrano, L. Alonso Pacheco, J. Carugno

REVIEW ARTICLE
The role of minimally invasive surgery in gynaecological cancer: an overview of current trends
D. Balafoutas, N. Vlahos

ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Lessons learnt from the multi-centre LAparoscopic Versus Abdominal hysterectomy (LAVA) randomised controlled trial
L. Antoun, S. Bevan, A. Mahmud, L. Jones, L. Middleton, R. Woolley, P. Smith, B. Z. Sairally, E. Saridogan, K. Cooper, T. J. Clark

Reproducibility of #Enzian classification by transvaginal ultrasound and its correlation with symptoms
C. Russo, L. Lazzeri, T. Siciliano, A. Selntigia, D. Farsetti, C. Chiaramonte, F. G. Martire, E. Zupi, C. Exacoustos

Current opinion on large-scale prospective myomectomy databases toward evidence-based preconception and antenatal counselling utilising a standardised myomectomy operation note
S. M. Strong, A. A. McDougall, A. M. Abdelmohsen, A. Maku, A. Dehnel, R. Mallick, F. Odejinmi

The Clinical Significance of Subtle Distal Fallopian Tube Abnormalities: A Multicentre Prospective Observational Study
X. Zheng, X. Yu, X. Xie, G. Lyu, J. Niu, X. Li, H. Chen, A. Watrelot, J. Guan

Defining a Uterine Extraction Score based on a Volume/Access Ratio in Total Hysterectomy: a retrospective cohort study
S. Schoenen, L. de Landsheere

VIDEO ARTICLES
Innovative Cadaveric Technique: Utilising n-Butyl Cyanoacrylate (n-BCA) for Deep Endometriosis Excision Simulation in Minimal Invasive Surgery Training
M. Mabrouk, S. Mahgoub, A. Vashisht, R. Seracchioli

The first robotic-assisted hysterectomy below the bikini line
with the Dexter robotic system™

I. Alkatout, T. Becker, P. Nuhn, J. Pochhammer, G. Peters, K. M. Donald, L. Mettler, J. Ackermann


Dear colleagues and friends of ESGE and AAGL,

The European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE) and the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL)
are pleased to announce the upcomig webinars in April:

Monday April 8th 2024 | 6:00PM CEST

Role of Hysteroscopy in Imporving the Diagnostic Accuracy of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (AUB)

Speakers:

Anatomic Contributions to the AUB: The Role of Hysteroscopy in Diagnosis – Howard Curlin (AAGL)

Ultrasound and Hysteroscopy: Against or Together? – Luis Alonso Pacheco (ESGE)

How to Eliminate Blind Procedures – Jonava Tavcar (AAGL)

Moderated by:

Linda D. Bradley (AAGL) and Ursula Catena (ESGE)

REGISTRATION


Monday April 29 2024 | 6:00PM CEST

Role of Hysteroscopy in Treatment of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (AUB)

Speakers:

Retained Products of Conception: Space for Hysteroscopic Treatment – T. Justin Clark

The Resectoscope for Intrauterine Pathology and When to Choose it Over Morcellating Devices – Hannah French

Fertility Sparing Treatment in Early Endometrial Cancer – Paolo Casdio

Moderated by:

Erica F. Robinson (AAGL) and Ursula Catena (ESGE)

REGISTRATION

Dear colleagues and friends of ESGE,

The European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE) in Collaboration with its Official Journal Facts, Views & Vision are pleased to announce our webinar:

Caesarean Scar Pregnancy: Diagnosis and Therapy

PROGRAMME:

19:00 – 19:05 | Introduction

19:05 – 19:20 | How to evaluate and report a CSP?

Robert de Leeuw


19:20 – 19:35 | Is expectant management or MTX an option in case of a CSP?

Andrea Kaelin


19:35 – 19:50 | Ultrasound-guided curettage as first line management for CSP

Davor Jurkovic


19:50 – 20:05 | Results after laparoscopic niche resection for CSP

Judith Huirne


20:05 – 20:30 | Discussion

SOON AVAILABLE ON DEMAND VIA ESGE ACADEMY

Advisory Board Elections 2024

The ESGE Advisory Board is the entry gate to the decision-making process of our Society. This democratic election process is now open for all ESGE members, except candidates from France, Germany, Italy and Portugal this year as the representation for each country is limited to maximum two board members from the total of 16 and there are currently two French, German, Italian and Portuguese Board Members. In March 2024 the elections will take place to fill 4 vacancies on the Advisory Board for the term 2024 – 2028. If interested, please send your curriculum vitae, photo and the application form (*), duly completed, to the ESGE Central Office (centraloffice@esge.org) not later than 15th April 2024. Please remember that all candidates and supporters must be paid-up ESGE members. After the nomination phase, an electronic voting system will be opened to all full ESGE members (including members of the Corporate Member Societies). The first 4 elected will seat in the Advisory Board. We will collect the votes before end of April 2024. The results will be submitted to the Executive Board in May 2024.

  • APPLICATION FORM FOR ELECTION TO ADVISORY BOARD

    Identification
  • (Please complete with Position held, Hospital and/or University, five lines indicating your professional activities and appointments)
  • Nomination Form

    Your nomination should be supported by four paid-up ESGE members. Please complete the list underneath in order to allow the ESGE Central Office to contact your supporters by e-mail. All supporters and nominees must be registered members of the Society. An assigned Advisory Board Member may not hold any board seat in other International acting medical societies during the term.
  • Last name + First name, Country of your Supporter 1
  • Last name + First name, Country of your Supporter 2
  • Last name + First name, Country of your Supporter 3
  • Last name + First name, Country of your Supporter 4
  • Upload Curriculum Vitae

    In order to be included in the list of Candidates for election to the Advisory Board, please upload a short Curriculum Vitae by 6th March 2024.
  • Max. file size: 200 KB.
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Dear colleagues and friends

The European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE),
The European Endometriosis League (EEL) and The International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology (ISUOG) are pleased to announce the Joint Online Course entitled:

“The perfect match sonography and surgery for endometriosis

IS NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND!

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE COURSE IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR 3 Months
from 08th February till 10th May 2024.

If you missed the opportunity to view the course, you can now register to view the on demand and for those who were present live, you can loggin with the registered account and view the course.


If you have any questions, please contact us on: info@esge.org

Dear colleagues and friends of ESGE,

The European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE), Special Interest Group (SIG) Hysteroscopy in Collaboration with ESGE Official Journal Facts, Views & Vision are pleased to announce our next webinar:

Hysteroscopy: back to basics

Date: 30th November 2023

Time: 19.00 – 20.30 CET

Price: FREE OF CHARGE

Registration is now closed
The webinar will be available on demand at a later time.

Dear colleagues and friends of ESGE

We are pleased to inform you that the webinar of ESGE The Special Interest Group (SIG) Education in ObGyn: Dysmorphic (T-, Y- or I-SHAPE) uterus and reproductive outcomes,
IS NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND!

ESGE Webinar Experts Faculty:

MODERATORS:

Dr. U. Catena | Prof. S. Gordts | Prof. G. Pados

WELCOME & INTRODUCTION:

Prof. E. Saridogan

SPEAKERS:

Dr. L. Alonso Pacheco

Prof. R. Campo

Dr. A. Ludwin

Prof. A. Di Spiezio Sardo

Dr. A. Simone Lagana

If you missed the opportunity to view this webinar live, you can now register to view the on demand version and for those who were present live, you can revisit the webinar at any time.

Dear friends and colleagues of ESGE,

We would like to sincerely thank you for joining us at the ESGE 32nd Annual Congress in Brussels!

The ESGE Congress aims to be the leading international stage for scientific exchange and collaboration in our field.

This achievement wouldn’t have been possible without you!

We genuinely appreciate your involvement with your participation, dedication, scientific work and input.

Together, we create history by shaping the future !


Watch the ESGE Congress 2023 Highlights Video:

The latest issue (Vol. 15, Issue 3, September 2023) of Facts, Views and Vision in ObGyn, the official journal of ESGE, is out now and available online!

EDITORIAL

Evidence-based and experience-based medicine, which comes first:
the chicken or the egg?

B. Ata, E. Saridogan

OPINION AND PERSPECTIVE

Minimally invasive pelvic exenteration for gynaecological malignancies:
the challenge of patients’ selection

N. Bizzarri, V. Chiantera, M. Loverro, A. Ercoli, G. Vizzielli, G. Scambia

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

A proof of concept that experience-based management of endometriosis can complement evidence-based guidelines

A. Wattiez, L. Schindler, A. Ussia, R. Campo, J. Keckstein, G. Grimbizis,
C. Exacoustos, W. Kondo, C. Nezhat, M. Canis, R.L. De Wilde, C. Miller, A. Fazel,
B. Rabischong, A. Graziottin, P.R. Koninckx


Efficiency based updating of evidence based surgical guidelines – Experiences from a multidisciplinary guideline upon Minimally Invasive Surgery

F.H.M.P. Tummers, S.F.P.J. Coppus, B.W. Lagerveld, A. Demirkiran,
E.S. van Schrojenstein Lantman, T.A. Brouwer, W.A. Draaisma, F.W. Jansen


Development and validation of GLVS (Generic Laparoscopic Video Scoring System), a tool for assessment of laparoscopic skills in gynaecology using videotaped procedures: Are edited videos representative of their full-length version?

S. Khazali, A. Bachi, T.T. Carpenter, A. Moors, K. Ballard


Long term sexual outcomes of Mayer Rokitansky Küster Hauser Syndrome patients after Uncu-modified Davydov procedure

K. Aslan, T.B. Gurbuz, A. Orhan, I. Kasapoglu, K. Ozerkan, G. Uncu


Implementation of robot-assisted myomectomy in a large university hospital: a retrospective descriptive study

M. Tahapary*, S. Timmerman*, A. Ledger, K. Dewilde, W. Froyman


Perspectives on training in obstetrics and gynaecology during the COVID-19 pandemic: Thematic analysis of trainee responses from a pan-European survey

H. Khattak, F. Broekhurst, G. Topcu, A. Horala, M. Henriques, H. Woodman


An institutional study: Does Body Mass Index influence surgical approach, surgical morbidities, and outcomes in endometrial cancer patients?

P. Español, A. Luzarraga, N. Teixeira, C. Soler, R. Luna-Guibourg, R. Rovira

SHORT COMMUNICATION

Practice of laparoscopic prolapse surgery in Europe – ESGE Survey

B. Lambert, L. de Landsheere, GK. Noé, R. Devassy, H. Ferreira, J. Dubuisson,
J. Deprest, R. Botchorishvili

STUDY PROTOCOL

vNOTEsHC : Hysterectomy by transvaginal natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery versus laparoscopic for large uteri: study protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled trial

J. Druenne, E. Presles, T. Corsini, S. Campagne Loiseau, S. Curinier,
A. Mansour, G. Lamblin, Q. Reboul, C. Chauleur

VIDEO ARTICLES

Isthmocele correction: resectoscopic, laparoscopic or both?

C. Smet, B. Nogueira, D. Vilarinho, I. Rodrigues, J. Reis


The latest issue (Vol. 15, Issue 2, June 2023) of Facts, Views and Vision in ObGyn, the official journal of ESGE, is out now and available online!

EDITORIAL

Statistics, truth finding and predictions: what every gynaecologist and researcher should know

P. R. Koninckx, A. Wattiez, E. Saridogan

REVIEW PAPER

The use of a short course of Ulipristal Acetate for acute abnormal uterine bleeding in women without uterine fibroids

I. Lambrecht, T. Van den Bosch


Eyes, menstruation and endometriosis

S. Rahman, Y. Youssef, G. Maroun, D. Inaty, M.H. Kheil, G. Moawad

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

M. Frijlingh, R.A. de Leeuw, L.J.M. Juffermans, T. van den Bosch, J.A.F. Huirne


The value of pre-operative outpatient flexible sigmoidoscopy in patients with deep infiltrating endometriosis

T. Sewell, M. Orchard, O. O’Donovan, R.J. Longman


Validation of the Turkish version of Endometriosis Health Profile questionnaire (EHP-30) to evaluate the quality of life in women with endometriosis

E. Darici, M. N. C. Kemahlı, P. Y. Bahat, B. Yücel, E. Oral


Live birth rate per transfer is not impacted by the proportion of smooth endoplasmatic reticulum aggregates oocytes

A. Spileers, I. De Croo, D. Stoop, F. Vanden Meerschaut

SHORT COMMUNICATION

MRI enhances the understanding of critical anatomy during primary laparoscopic port placement

E.A. Layden, R.R. Chodankar, L.E. Kershaw, M. Madhra

VIDEO ARTICLES

Laparoscopic repair of an anterior perineal hernia: a video presentation

I. Furuie, A. Quevedo, P. Tovar, F. Santos, M. Zomer, G. Castro, W. Kondo


Laparoscopic management of a second trimester ruptured spontaneous heterotopic tubal
pregnancy mimicking ovarian tumour, a case report

N. Kathopoulis, M. Diakosavvas, K. Kypriotis, I. Chatzipapas, E. Domali, A. Protopapas


Vaginal Leiomyomas – Safe steps for laparoscopic removal: feasibility from 3 case reports

E. Giovannopoulou, S. Kogeorgos, A. Lazaridis, G. Pistofidis


Complete uterine septum, double cervix, and longitudinal vaginal septum: an integrated approach for one-stop diagnosis and ultrasound-guided endoscopic treatment

F. Pozzati, M. Mirandola, G. Topozouva, L. Parodi, A. Carla Testa, G. Scambia, U. Catena


Laparoscopic suture sacrohysteropexy: A meshless uterine-sparing technique for surgical management of uterine prolapse

N. Thanatsis, M. Ben Zvi, A.S. Kupelian, A. Vashisht

CASE REPORTS

Partial bicorporeal uterus with unexpected cervical findings and a longitudinal obstructing vaginal septum – a case report

H. Ahmad, B. Pouseele

Pudendal Neuralgia: Two case reports with laparoscopic nerve decompression

N. Habib, J. S. Klebanoff, R. Fernandes, M. Giorgi, G. N. Moawad, J. Bakar


ESGE VISION Issue 9

June 2023 – Out now!

We are pleased to present another issue of ESGEVISION, full of news and information related to our society and gynaecological endoscopy. 

Dear colleagues and friends of ESGE,

The European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE), Special Interest Groups (SIG) Hysteroscopy and Reproductive Surgery in collaboration with the ESGE Official Journal Facts, Views and Vision invite you to join this webinar entitled:

Dysmorphic (T-, Y- or I-SHAPE) uterus and reproductive outcomes

Date: 11th July 2023

Time: 19.00 – 20.30 CET

Price: FREE OF CHARGE

Please click below to register and to view the webinar programme:

Dear colleagues and friends of ESGE

We are pleased to inform you that the webinar of ESGE The Special Interest Group (SIG) Education in ObGyn: Step-by-Step approach to becoming a MIGS Expert following GESEA Programme pathway is now available on demand!

ESGE Webinar Experts Faculty:

Welcome & Introduction:

Prof. H. Ferreira

Speakers:

Dr. F. Campolo & Prof. H. Ferreira

Prof. P. Crochet & Dr. S. Maia

Dr. G. Centini & Prof. Wallwiener

Dr. R. Rovira & Dr. U. Catena

If you missed the opportunity to view this webinar live, you can now register to view the on demand version and for those who were present live, you can revisit the webinar at any time.

Enrol for FREE

Dear friends and colleagues,

ESGE is delighted to announce the official launch of the new GESEA4EU project which will expand the offer of standardised training and certification in the important field of Gynaecological Endoscopy


About the Project

Gynaecological Endoscopic Surgical Education and Assessment (GESEA) is a structured educational programme for Gynaecological Endoscopy providing training, certification and skill advancement leading to surgical competence. GESEA4EU is a two year project supported by the European Union that will standardise the GESEA training offer already provided to surgeons and expand it to meet the training needs of other healthcare professionals including nurses and supporting non-clinical staff.

This innovative cross-border project brings together sixteen partners from eight European countries who will expand the existing GESEA offer in twelve centres to nine new centres in Northern and Eastern Europe.

“The importance of training in endoscopic surgery is undisputed and so the creation of an international project involving 15 different countries is a great source of pride for our society.” Dr. Federica Campolo, GESEA4EU coordinator, ESGE/Fondazione Policlinico Universitario Agostino Gemelli, Italy.

“Preparatory activities for standardising training have started. Our first efforts are going into mapping the diverse simulation training tools, methods and programmes currently employed at GESEA Training and Diploma Centres in the Consortium.” Dr. Istvan Argay, European Academy of Gynaecological Surgery (EAGS)

Click below to go to webpage:

The latest issue (Vol. 15, Issue 1, March 2023) of Facts, Views and Vision in ObGyn, the official journal of ESGE, is out now and available online!

EDITORIAL

Fertility-sparing treatment for patients with endometrial carcinoma

T. Ind

ESGE PAGES

ESGO/ESHRE/ESGE Guidelines for the fertility-sparing treatment of patients with endometrial carcinoma

A. Rodolakis, G. Scambia, F. Planchamp, M. Acien, A. Di Spiezio Sar do, M. Farr ugia, M. Grynberg , M. Pakiž, K. Pavlaki s, N. Vermeulen, G. Zannoni, I. Zapardiel, K.L. Tryde Macklon

REVIEW PAPER

Laparoscopic selection for surgery in epithelial ovarian cancer. A short review

V. Ghirardi, A. Fagotti, G. Scambia

OPINION AND PERSPECTIVE

Use of oral GnRH antagonists combined therapy in the management of symptomatic uterine fibroids

A. Di Spiezio Sardo, F. Ciccarone, L. Muzii, G. Scambia, M. Vignali

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

N. Manobharath, J. Lewin, M. Hirsch, J. Naftalin, A. Vashisht, A. Cutner, E. Saridogan


Diagnosis and treatment of early-stage endometriosis by transvaginal hydro laparoscopy

S. Gordts, P. Putt emans, I. Segaert, M. Valkenburg, V. Schutyser, R. Campo, Sy. Gordts


Hysteroscopic myomectomy with the IBS® Intrauterine Bigatti Shaver: A Retrospective Comparative Analysis of the impact of rotational speed and aspiration flow rate

S. Zhang, W. Di, Y. Wang, J. Shi, X. Yin, Y. Zhang, A. Zhao, R. Campo, G. Bigatti


Estro-progestin and progestogen intake: what’s the impact on hysteroscopic imaging?

G. Garuti, M. Colonnelli, A. Soliani, C. Lubrano, M. Soligo


The revival of vaginal surgery in the era of endoscopy: V-NOTES initial experience with a series of 32 patients

J. Raquet, L. Namèche, M. Nisolle, F. Closon

VIDEO ARTICLES

A new surgical approach for fertility-sparing management of diffuse endometrial G2 endometrioid adenocarcinoma: a step-by-step technique

U. Catena, M. Mirandola, F.M. Capomacchia, F. Fanfani, G. Scambia


HUGOTM RAS System in urogynaecology: the first nerve sparing Sacral Colpopexy for Pelvic Organ Prolapse

G. Panico, G. Campagna, D. Caramazz a, L. Vacca, S. Mastrovit o, A. Ercoli, G. Scambia


Indocyanine Green tattooing for marking the caudal excision margin of a full-thickness vaginal endometriotic nodule

S. Khazali, B. Mondelli, K. Fleischer, M. Adamczyk

OBITUARY

Obituary for Professor Ivo Brosens

S. Gordts, J. Deprest

The ESGE Advisory Board Elections applications for 2023 have closed and voting is now open for ESGE members.  Members will receive a unique link to vote from the voting platform directly.

In case you have not received this link or in case you have further questions, please send an e-mail to the ESGE Central Office: centraloffice@esge.org

Deadline for voting:  Monday 10th April 2023

Dear colleagues and friends of ESGE,

ESGE in Collaboration with Facts, Views & Vision invites you to join this webinar organised by The ESGE Special Interest Group (SIG) Quality, Safety & Legal Aspects.

Webinar Title: Key Skills to Improve Surgical Quality and Safety

The presentations will be given by leading experts in the field.

Join us for this webinar!

Date: 30th March 2023

Time: 19:00 – 20:30 CET

Price: FREE of charge

Please click below to register and to view the webinar programme:

We would like to announce the ESGE 32nd Annual Congress, held in Brussels, Belgium, from 1st to 4th October 2023.

We look forward to seeing you in Brussels!

Create history by shaping the future!

For more information please visit the ESGE Congress website:

www.esgecongress.eu

Advisory Board Elections 2023

The ESGE Advisory Board is the entry gate to the decision-making process of our Society. This democratic election process is now open for all ESGE members, except candidates from Belgium, Greece and UK this year as the representation for each country is limited to maximum two board members from the total of 16 and there are currently two Belgian, Greek and British Advisory Board Members. In March 2023 the elections will take place to fill 4 vacancies on the Advisory Board for the term 2023 – 2027. If interested, please send your curriculum vitae, photo and the nomination form (*), duly completed, to the ESGE Central Office (centraloffice@esge.org) not later than 7th March, 2023. Please remember that all candidates and supporters must be paid-up ESGE members. After the nomination phase, an electronic voting system will be opened to all full ESGE members (including members of the Corporate Member Societies). The first 4 elected will seat in the Advisory Board. We will collect the votes before end of March 2023. The results will be submitted to the Executive Board in April 2023.

  • APPLICATION FORM FOR ELECTION TO ADVISORY BOARD

    Identification
  • (Please complete with Position held, Hospital and/or University, five lines indicating your professional activities and appointments)
  • Nomination Form

    Your nomination should be supported by four paid-up ESGE members. Please complete the list underneath in order to allow the ESGE Central Office to contact your supporters by e-mail. All supporters and nominees must be registered members of the Society. An assigned Advisory Board Member may not hold any board seat in other International acting medical societies during the term.
  • Last name + First name, Country of your Supporter 1
  • Last name + First name, Country of your Supporter 2
  • Last name + First name, Country of your Supporter 3
  • Last name + First name, Country of your Supporter 4
  • Upload Curriculum Vitae

    In order to be included in the list of Candidates for election to the Advisory Board, please upload a short Curriculum Vitae by March 7th 2023.
  • Max. file size: 200 KB.
  • MM slash DD slash YYYY

ESGO/ESHRE/ESGE Guidelines for the fertility-sparing treatment of patients

with endometrial carcinoma

A. RODOLAIKIS, G. SCAMBIA, F. PLANCHAMP, M. ACIEN, A. DI SPIEZIO SARDO, M. FARRUGIA, M. GRYNBERG, M. PAKIŽ, K. PAVLAKIS, N. VERMEULEN, G. ZANNONI, I. ZAPARDIEL, K.L. TRYDE MACKLON

The standard surgical treatment of endometrial carcinoma (EC) consisting of total hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy drastically affects the quality of life of patients and creates a challenge for clinicians. Recent evidence-based guidelines of the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO), the European SocieTy for Radiotherapy & Oncology (ESTRO) and the European Society of Pathology (ESP) provide comprehensive guidelines on all relevant issues of diagnosis and treatment in EC in a multidisciplinary setting. While also addressing work-up for fertility preservation treatments and the management and follow-up for fertility preservation, it was considered relevant to further extend the guidance on fertility sparing treatment……..

GET UP is a training designed for young gynaecologists

who are in their last year of residency or first year after specialisation.

In 2023 the GET UP will take place in Rome from April 19 till April 22.

Presented by a distinguished European faculty.

To visit the Event Page, review the Scientific Programme or Register, please click below:

Dear colleagues and friends of ESGE,


The European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE) and The Special Interest Group (SIG) Education and Training organise a webinar entitled:


Step-by-Step approach to becoming a MIGS Expert following GESEA Programme pathway


The presentation will be given by leading experts in the field.


Join us for this webinar!

Date: 9th February 2023

Time: 19:00 – 20:30 CET

Price: FREE of charge

Please click below to register and to view the webinar programme:

The latest issue (Vol. 14, Issue 4, December 2022) of Facts, Views and Vision in ObGyn, the official journal of ESGE, is out now and available online!

TABLE OF CONTENT

EDITORIAL

The future of (non-)surgical ablative therapy in uterine adnomyosis

R.L. De Wilde, R. Devassy, H.C. Verhoeven, L.A. Torres-de la Roche

OPINION AND PERSPECTIVE

Humans at the dawn of the in-body electrical nerve stimulation era

M. Possover

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Short-term recovery after NovaSure® endometrial ablation: a prospective cohort study

I.M.A. Reinders, M.R.D. van de Kar, P.M.A.J. Geomini, J.C. Leemans, J.W.M. Maas, M.Y. Bongers


J. Lewin, E. Saridogan, D Byrne, T.J. Clark, A. Vashish


Visualising surgical training in O&G following the COVID-19 pandemic –

The European view

R. Hablase, R. Mallick, F. Odejinmi


Effectiveness and patient satisfaction with office hysteroscopic polypectomy in patients with symptomatic endometrial polyps

M. A. Céspedes Martínez, J. Rovira Pampalona, M. Degollada Bastos, R. Izquierdo Argelich, J. Bou Tapias,
F. Laura, P. Brescó Torras, J. Carugno


The ‘chicken-egg-model’: a simple in vitro model for 3D-ultrasonography and elastography

M. Vanthienen, K. Dewilde, T. Van den Bosch

VIDEO ARTICLES

Pelvic anatomy in laparoscopic surgery for pelvic organ prolapse: dissect your success

M.G. Melo, R. Botchorishvili


Surgical treatment of catamenial chest pain: Excision of diaphragmatic endometriosis during robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery

T. Usta, M. Gonenc, S. Yilmaz, G.S.C. Akyol, A. Kale, E. Oral

CASE REPORT

An unusual histological finding following myomectomy

F. Macdonald, A. Okojie, A. Gayen, R. Mallic


Complications of oxidised regenerated cellulose at Caesarean section: A report of two cases

A. Ward, P. Ives, A. Koumousidis


The use of near-infrared imaging with indocyanine green in the ovarian tissue transplantation: a case report

D. Raimondo, A. Raspollini, R. Vicenti, F. Renzulli, V. Magnani, C. Franceschini, A. Raffone, A. Mollo,
P. Casadio, R. Seracchioli


Dear friends and colleagues,

We are pleased to annouce the 17th AAGL International Meeting in conjunction with ESGE which will be held in Rome on 7th till 10th May.

Dear friends and collegaues,

We are pleased to inform you that you can now register

for the upcoming

ESGE Regional Workshop entitled:

STEP BY STEP MANAGEMENT OF WOMEN WITH ENDOMETRIOSIS FROM DIAGNOSIS TO THERAPY: A PRACTICAL APPROACH

from 10th till 11th March in Istanbul, Turkey.

Chairs: Professor E. Saridogan & Professor T. Usta

*You can also contact the Workshop Secretariat via endo@globalturizm.com.tr for your registration and accommodation requests

Dear friends and colleagues of ESGE,

We would like to sincerely thank you for joining us at the
ESGE 31 Annual Congress in Lisbon!

The aim of the ESGE Congress was to be an international stage for scientific exchange and collaboration! We are truly grateful for your participation, dedication, scientific work, and input.

Without you, this would not have been possible!

Only together we can make a difference!

The latest issue (Vol. 14, Issue 3, September 2022) of Facts, Views and Vision in ObGyn, the official journal of ESGE, is out now and available online!


TABLE OF CONTENT

EDITORIAL

Outcome reporting for heavy menstrual bleeding

T.J. Clark

REVIEW

Variation of outcome reporting in studies of interventions for heavy menstrual bleeding: a systematic review

N.A.M. Cooper, R. Papadantonaki, S. Yorke, K.S. Khan


Obturator nerve endometriosis: A systematic review of the literature

A. Kale, Y. Aboalhasan, E.C. Gündoğdu, T. Usta, E. Oral

OPINION AND VIEWPOINT ARTICLE

Endometrial polypectomy using tissue removal device or electrosurgical snare: a randomised controlled trial

J. van Gemert, M.C. Herman, P. Beelen, P.M Geomini, M.Y. Bongers


Preoperative pain measurements in correlation to deep endometriosis classification with Enzian. Deep endometriosis classification in relation to pain

J. Metzemaekers, M.D. Blikkendaal, K.E. v. Nieuwenhuizen, K. Bronsgeest, J.P.T. Rhemrev, M.J.G.H. Smeets, J. English, F.W. Jansen, S. Both, A.R.H. Twijnstra


The ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on endometriosis patients: A survey of 1,089 UK patients

J.I. Spencer, G. Mezquita, F. Shakir


“Learning from the experts” – a novel advanced cadaveric course for Gynaecological Oncology (GO) Cytoreductive Surgery

M. Sideris, A.M. Elshaer, R.L. Johnson, S. Kotwal, S. Mehta, A. Quyn, R. Saunders, J. Tiernan, V. Upasani, G. Theophilou


V-NOTES hysterectomy under spinal anaesthesia: A pilot study

E.C. Gündoğdu, E. Mat, Y. Aboalhasan, G. Yıldız, G. Başol, K. Tolga Saraçoğlu, G. Arslan, A. Kale

VIDEO ARTICLES

Endometrial preservation during resection of type II and type III submucosal fibroids

G. Vorona, E. Saridogan


A rare case of extrauterine schwannoma-ike leiomyoma after transvaginal hysterectomy: laparoscopic management

M. Medvediev, A. Tinelli


Dear friends and colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that the Official Abstracts Publication of the ESGE 31st Annual Congress is now available online.

The latest issue (Vol. 14, Issue 2, June 2022) of Facts, Views and Vision in ObGyn, the official of journal of ESGE, is out now and available online!

Highlighted Articles:

Editorial:

The case for standardising robotic curriculum globally

G. Moawad, S. Rahman, E. Saridogan

Review:

Endometrial biopsy under direct hysteroscopic visualisation versus blind endometrial sampling for the diagnosis of endometrial hyperplasia and cancer: Systematic review and meta-analysis

A. Di Spiezio Sardo, G. Saccone, J. Carugno, L.A. Pacheco, B. Zizolfi, S. Haimovich, T.J. Clark

Original Articles:

Surgical and functional impact of nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy for parametrial deep endometriosis: a single centre experience

A. Rosati, M. Pavone, F. Campolo, A. De Cicco Nardone, D. Raimondo, R. Seracchioli, G. Scambia, M.M. Ianieri

3D transvaginal ultrasound diagnosis of uterine septa according to different classifications: are there other measurements that correlate to reproductive outcome in small indentation length?


C. Russo, F. Conway , T. Siciliano, A. Selntigia, F. Giuseppe Martire, G. Soreca, C. Ticconi, C. Exacoustos

Dear colleagues and friends of ESGE

We are pleased to inform you that the webinars of ESGE in collaboration with Facts, Views & Vision in ObGyn are Now Available On Demand!

Get access now to the recordings of ESGE Webinars and Online Congresses.

Please see below all the available webinars or visit the ESGE Academy website for more.

WEBINARS:

Controversies in Deep Endometriosis: Facts, Views and Vision

Recordings of the ESGE Webinar

The presentations are given by leading experts in the field.

Price: 24.20euro

Demonstration with Cadaveric Dissection, Pelvic Anatomy for Gynaecological Surgery: All you need to know on Retroperitoneum and Pelvic Nerves

Recordings of the ESGE Webinar

The presentations is be given by leading experts and includes demonstration with cadaveric dissection.

Sign up to watch the recording of this high-level webinar.

Price: 24.20euro

Alternatives to Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy

Recordings of the ESGE Webinar

This SIG Urogynecology of the ESGE in collaboration with Facts, Views & Vision in ObGyn has organised a webinar on Alternatives to Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy.

Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy is considered as the gold standard in management of pelvic organ prolapse. The aim of this webinar is to deliver topical lectures on alternatives to this technique with a panel of internationally recognised experts.

This webinar presents indications, technical aspects, tips and tricks and surgical outcomes of alternative management of POP by pectopexy, lateral suspension or laparoscopic native tissue repair. The second part of this session presents alternatives to currently available meshes, the learning aspects as well as the long-term outcomes and nature of recurrences.

Price: 24.20euro

Controversies in Deep Endometriosis: from Diagnosis to Surgery, an Interdisciplinary Challenge

Recordings of the ESGE Webinar

Enrol for these recordings to watch this high-level webinar where the panel of internationally recognised experts delivered topical lectures on Controversies in Deep Endometriosis: from Diagnosis to Surgery, an Interdisciplinary Challenge followed by a Questions and Answers session.

Price: 24.20euro

No need for septum incision: is it true?

Recordings of the ESGE Webinar

It is generally accepted that septate uterus is related to impaired reproductive outcome. Although septum incision could be applied as a safe and successful treatment option for at least the symptomatic patients (recurrent pregnancy loss, infertility), there is a continuous debate if there is a real indication for treating patients with septate uterus. A recent publication in Human Reproduction opened again the discussion.

Price: 24.20euro

Uterine niches: Controversies in diagnosis and management

Recordings of the ESGE Webinar

The European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE) and its official journal Facts, Views & Vision host this webinar on Uterine Niches: Controversies in diagnosis and management, organised by the ESGE Niche Working Group. The presentations will be given by leading experts in the field.

Price: 24.20euro


Step-by-Step approach to becoming A MIGS expert following GESEA Programme pathway

Recordings of the ESGE Webinar

The European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE) and The Special Interest Group (SIG) Education and Training organise a webinar entitled: Step-by-Step approach to becoming a MIGS expert following GESEA Programme pathway. The presentation will be given by leading experts in the field.

FREE of Charge

Key skills to improve surgical quality and safety

Recordings of the ESGE Webinar

The European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE) and Facts, Views & Vision organise a webinar entitled: Key Skills to improve surgical quality and safety, organised by The ESGE Special Interest Group (SIG) Quality, Safety & Legal Aspects. The presentation will be given by leading experts in the field.

FREE of Charge

Dysmorphic (T-, Y- or I-SHAPE) uterus and reproductive outcomes

Recordings of the ESGE Webinar

The ESGE, Special Interest Groups (SIG) Hysteroscopy and Reproductive Surgery in Collaboration with ESGE Official Journal Facts, Views & Vision present: Dysmorphic (T-, Y- or I-SHAPE) uterus and reproductive outcomes. The presentation will be given by leading experts in the field.

FREE of Charge

HYSTEROSCOPY: BACK TO BASICS

Recordings of the ESGE Webinar

The ESGE Special Interest Group (SIG) Hysteroscopy in Collaboration with ESGE Official Journal Facts, Views & Vision present: HYSTEROSCOPY: BACK TO BASICS.
The presentation will be given by leading experts in the field.

FREE of Charge

The perfect match sonography and surgery for Endometriosis

ESGE | EEL | ISUOG Joint Online Course

The European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE) and its Official Journal Facts, Views & Vision

host this Joint Online Course together with the European Endometriosis League (EEL) and the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG)

The presentations are given by leading experts in the field.

Price: 150euro (ex VAT)

Caesarean Scar Pregnancy: Diagnosis and Therapy

Recordings of the ESGE Webinar

SOON Available On Demand

Free of charge

Dear colleagues and friends of ESGE

We are pleased to inform you that the webinar of The ESGE Special Interest Group (SIG) Hysteroscopy in Collaboration with ESGE Official Journal Facts, Views & Vision: 
HYSTEROSCOPY: BACK TO BASICS
IS NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND!

ESGE Webinar Experts Faculty:

MODERATORS:

Dr. U. Catena | Prof. E. Saridogan | Prof. V. Tanos

SPEAKERS:

Prof. B. Zegura

Dr. H. Van Kerrebroeck

Prof. V. Tanos

Dr. A. Vitagliano

Dr. U. Catena

If you missed the opportunity to view this webinar live, you can now register to view the on demand version and for those who were present live, you can revisit the webinar at any time.

ESGE VISION Issue 10

December 2023 – Out now!

We are pleased to present another issue of ESGE VISION, full of news and information related to our society and gynaecological endoscopy. 

The latest issue (Vol. 15, Issue 4, December 2023) of Facts, Views and Vision in ObGyn, the official journal of ESGE, is out now and available online!

The latest issue (Vol. 15, Issue 4, December 2023) of Facts, Views and Vision in ObGyn, the official journal of ESGE, is out now and available online!

EDITORIAL

Postoperative adhesions: are we close to finding a solution?

P.R. Koninckx, E. Saridogan, V. Gomel


ESGE PAGES

Perspectives in adhesion prevention in gynaecological surgery

L. A. Torres-de la Roche, U. Catena, T. J. Clark, R. Devassy, N. Leyland, R. L. De Wilde


REVIEW PAPER

Clinical guidelines for managing menopausal symptoms in women with (a history of) breast cancer

J. Servayge, A.C. Verduyn, A. Page, L. Lagaert, W.A.A. Tjalma


OPINION AND PERSPECTIVE

Junctional zone thickening: an endo-myometrial unit disorder

S. Gordts, G. Grimbizis, V. Tanos, P. Koninckx, R. Campo


ORIGINAL ARTICLES

The importance of rotation to teach secure half-hitch sequences in surgery

A. Romeo, I. Cipullo, W. Kondo, C. Benedetto, B. Amro, A. Ussia, A. Wattiez, P.R. Koninckx


Postoperative Peritoneal Granulomatous Inflammation After the Application of Potato Starch-Based Anti-Adhesive Agent in Laparoscopic Endometriosis Surgery

H. Krentel, A. Naem, A. Tannapfel, R. Devassy, A.S. Constantin, R.L. De Wilde


The new surgical robot Hugo™ RAS for total hysterectomy: a pilot study

G. Monterossi, L. Pedone Anchora, R. Oliva, A. Fagotti, F. Fanfani, B. Costantini, A. Naldini, D. Giannarelli,
G. Scambia


CASE REPORTS

Cavernous haemangioma and mid trimester pregnancy loss leading to severe haemorrhage and hysterectomy: a case report and review of literature

A. Gallo, R. D’Alisa, V. Foreste, G. Saccone, M.C. De Angelis, A. Di Spiezio Sardo, B. Zizolfi


Xanthogranulomatous endometritis 

A. Morales Vicente, Y. García Sánchez, N. Santonja López, J. Gilabert Estellés


VIDEO ARTICLES

Suture-fixation of a levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device under hysteroscopic guidance

P.G. Paul, M. Shah, V. Sridivya Chowdary, A. Anusha Raaj, G. Paul


En-block butterfly excision of posterior compartment deep endometriosis: The first experience with the new surgical robot Hugo™ RAS

M. Pavone, M. Goglia, F. Campolo, G. Scambia, M.M. Ianieri


Laparoscopic Posterior Vaginal Plication plus Sacral Colpopexy for Severe Posterior Vaginal Prolapse: a Step-by-Step Video- Article

A. Morciano, G. Scambia, A. Tinelli, G. Marzo

2-3 November 2023 | The GESEA4EU project marked another milestone with its second general meeting, held on the 2nd and 3rd of November in Leuven, Belgium, gathering representatives from 16 project partners. The meeting provided a platform for in-depth discussions and updates on various work packages integral to the project’s success.

The event demonstrated the strong collaborative spirit of the GESEA4EU partners, emphasising their commitment to advancing the project’s goals. With such dedicated teamwork, the project is well-positioned to make significant strides in the field. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting endeavour!

Click the button below to Read More on the GESEA4EU website:

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