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Special Interest Groups

ESGE Special Interest Groups and Working Groups represent the Society and actively work on new developments in their fields and the ways to evaluate and implement these developments in general clinical practice.

A Special Interest Group (SIG) is defined as a long-term assembly of members with a special interest area in a sub-specialty of gynaecological endoscopy (eg. Urogynaecology, Oncology, Benign gynaecology/uterine disorders, Endometriosis, Reproduction) or with a special expertise (eg. imaging, quality aspects, research and guidelines). The members meet to discuss new developments in their area and the ways to evaluate and implement these developments in the general clinical practice.

The function of a SIG is to maintain the scientific standards in its specific area by
organizing and supporting educational activities
developing and/or adopting guidelines/recommendations with respect to clinical practice
providing and/or supporting research initiatives of the members working in that particular area
providing opportunities for exchanging opinions and building consensus
focusing on quality and educational standards through certification and accreditation that might lead to, and achieved through several outputs, including specific training courses or documentation, establishment of Working Groups for development of guidelines and/or consensus to be published

Working Groups (WG)

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Click on one of the Special Interest Groups to read about current developments in those fields.

Publications

The ESGE encourages research and evaluation of endoscopic and related techniques.
The development of ESGE guidelines and recommendations by the ESGE experts in related fields is based on the best available evidence (most relevant and highest level of evidence). Collaboration with national and international affiliated societies on joint scientific projects is ongoing.
The role of minimally invasive radical hysterectomy for cervical cancer: ESGE-SERGS position document and joint-statement
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Lasers in gynaecology – Are they still obsolete? Review of past, present and future applications
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Recommendations for the surgical treatment of endometriosis
Part 2: deep endometriosis
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Recommendations for the surgical treatment of endometriosis—part 1: ovarian endometrioma
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BSGE/ESGE guideline on management of fluid distension media in operative hysteroscopy
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Gynaecological endoscopic surgical education and assessment. A diploma programme in gynaecological endoscopic surgery
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The Thessaloniki ESHRE/ESGE consensus on diagnosis of female genital anomalies
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Options on fibroid morcellation: a literature review
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