Bipolar electrocoagulation versus suture of solitary ovary after laparoscopic excision of ovarian endometriomas

The Journal of the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists
Luigi FedeleNicola Berlanda

Abstract

To compare the functional ovarian damage associated with the use of bipolar coagulation versus ovarian suture after laparoscopic excision of ovarian endometriomas in patients with a solitary ovary. Retrospective study (Canadian Task Force classification II-3). Tertiary care center. Forty-seven consecutive women with a single ovary and regular menses who underwent laparoscopic stripping of one or more ovarian endometriomas between June 1996 and June 2001. Intervention. Twenty-one patients had bipolar electrocoagulation (group A), while 26 had suturing of the ovary (group B). Plasma follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and estradiol levels were determined before surgery and re-evaluated at 3-, 6-, and 12-month follow-up. At 12-month follow-up, six patients (29%) in group A had oligo-amenorrhea versus three patients (12%) in group B (p = .14). Follicle-stimulating hormone levels between 10 and 20 mlU/mL were found in five patients (24%) in group A and in three patients (12%) in group B, whereas FSH levels above 20 mlU/mL were found in three patients (14%) in group A and in no patient in group B. Eight patients (38%) in group A had FSH levels greater than 10 mlU/mL versus three patients (12%) in group B (p = .042). Overall, repeated ...Continue Reading

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