Kavallaris, Andreas (Greece)

Thessaloniki, St. Luke’s Hospital

About Kavallaris, Andreas (Greece)


Prof. Dr. Andreas Kavallaris

Gynecologist Oncologist
Head of the Department of Gynecology Oncology
St. Luke’s Hospital
Thessaloniki

Greece



Δρ. Α. Καβαλλάρης,

Γυναικολόγος Ογκολόγος Χειρουργός
Επικεφαλής Μονάδας Γυναικολογικής Ογκολογίας
Κλινική Αγ. Λουκάς
Θεσσαλονίκη.

Training on DynaMesh®-PRS implants (y-shape) with focus on pelvic floor reconstruction in laparoscopic surgical technique.
Surgical treatment of the vaginal or cervical stump prolapse, as well as in the treatment of a concomitant cystocele and/or rectocele.

Training on DynaMesh®-PRR implants with the focus on pelvic floor reconstruction in laparoscopic surgical technique.
Surgical treatment of the vaginal/cervical stump or uterine prolapse, as well as in the treatment of a concomitant cystocele/rectocele.

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Laparoscopic Hysterectomy and Sacrocolpopexy Using DynaMesh®-PRR (#FL255)

2024-06-04 / 07:00 AM - 2024-06-04 / 10:00 AM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online
Past event Webinar Online English

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DynaMesh®-PRR implants have been specially developed for pelvic floor reconstruction, in laparoscopic or open surgical technique, and serve to support and stabilise fascial structures, connective tissue and ligaments.

DynaMesh®-PRS implants have been specially developed for pelvic floor reconstruction, in laparoscopic or open surgical technique, and serve to support and stabilise fascial structures, connective tissue and ligaments.
The implants are used in the surgical treatment of the vaginal or cervical stump prolapse, as well as in the treatment of a concomitant cystocele and/or rectocele.

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