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Mesh Surgery Scientific Papers

Synthetic Mesh Complications

Anterior Wall Mesh Laparoscopic Removal

Laparoscopic Transvesical Mesh Removal and Vesicovaginal Fistula Repair

Authored by: John R. Miklos, Robert D. Moore, O. Chinthakanan

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Synthetic Mesh Complications

Mesh Removal in 450 Patients

The IUGA/ICS Classification of Synthetic Mesh Complications in Female Pelvic Floor Reconstructive Surgery: A Multicenter Study

Authored by: John R. Miklos, Robert D. Moore, O. Chinthakanan, G. Mitchell, S. Favors, D.R. Karp, G.M. Northington, G. M. Nogueiras, G. Davila

Paper Focus: Largest paper ever written on mesh removal (506 pieces of mesh removed) and the indication for mesh removal from 2011-2013. The number one reason for mesh removal is pain with or without intercourse.

This paper was presented at the 2014 American Urogynecolgic and International Urogynecologic Society Meeting in Washington DC July 2014.

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Mesh Removal Following Sling  / Mesh Placement

Complications of Mesh Removal - 450 Patients

Mesh Removal Following Sling/Mesh Placement: A Multicenter Study

Authored by: John R. Miklos, Robert D. Moore, O. Chinthakanan, G. Mitchell, S. Favors, D.R. Karp, G.M. Northington, G.M. Nogueiras, G. Davila

Paper Focus: Complications associated with removal of vaginal mesh. Transvaginal mesh removal have a low complication rate in experienced surgeons hands.

This paper was presented at the 2014 American Urogynecolgic and International Urogynecologic Society Meeting in Washington DC July 2014.

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Midurethral Sling Complications

Sling Removals - 337 Patients

Indication and Surgical Treatment of Midurethral Sling Complications: A Multicenter Study

Authored by: John R. Miklos, Robert D. Moore, O. Chinthakanan, G. Mitchell, S. Favors, D.R. Karp, G.M. Northington, G.M. Nogueiras, G. Davila

Paper Focus: Largest paper ever written on sling removal and the indication for sling removal from 2011-2013. The number one reason why patients had slings removed was vaginal pain with or without intercourse. TVT type slings had a higher incidence of lower abdominal pain, TOT type slings had a higher incidence of groin pain.

This paper was presented at the 2014 American Urogynecolgic and International Urogynecologic Society Meeting in Washington DC July 2014.

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FriendorfoeVaginal Mesh Kits for Pelvis Organ Prolapse, Friend or Foe: A Comprehensive Review

Authored by: Dr. Moore and Dr. Miklos, Atlanta Urogynecology Associates

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Laparoscopic Removal of Pubovaginal Polypropylene Tension-Free Tape Slings

Laparoscopic TVT Removal

Laparoscopic Removal of Pubovaginal Polypropylene Tension-Free Tape Slings

Authored by: Dr. Moore and Dr. Miklos, Atlanta Urogynecology Associates

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Insertion and Removal of Vaginal Mesh for Pelvis Organ ProlapseInsertion and Removal of Vaginal Mesh for Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Authored by:  Muffly and Barber, Cleveland Clinic

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