Our objective: to disseminate and collect information in culdoscopy and culdoscopy related techniques.
Background; at the present time there is a trend to use smaller abdominal trocars in Laparoscopy. Microlaparoscopy uses 3 mm or smaller trocars.
however , in some cases due to limited visual field, rapid insufflation, heavy irrigation, difficult extraction or the need to use larger operative instruments a grater sized port is required.
In Culdolaparoscopy, a vaginal trocar is placed inside the peritoneal cavity under laparoscopic surveillance to facilitate the above mentioned functions.
The port is to be use mainly in assisting Laparoscopic surgery with a vaginal visual and extracting port ( Culdoscopy Assisted Laparoscopy Surgery) There is a more versatile use that we call Culdolaparoscopy. When the function of all ports abdominals or vaginal can change from being a visual , operative or extracting aid depending on the nature of the procedure or the stage of the operation. This procedure was proved to be feasible in appendectomy, cholecystectomy, hysterectomy, myomectomy, oophorectomy and salpingoophorectomy.