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Transumbilical Vaginoplasty Through Fractionated Miniports: A Sutureless Procedure.

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Summary of "Transumbilical Vaginoplasty Through Fractionated Miniports: A Sutureless Procedure."

Vaginal agenesis is a müllerian anomaly characterized by congenital absence of the vagina. In this case series, the authors describe a novel, minimally invasive technique using microport entry for treatment of complete vaginal agenesis.

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Name: Obstetrics and gynecology
ISSN: 1873-233X
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