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Creation of a neovagina: what should our focus be when choosing the “right” operative technique?

Creation of a neovagina: what should our focus be when choosing the “right” operative technique?
The creation of a functional neovagina in patients with Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuester-Hauser syndrome is an essential goal to achieve the possibility of “neo-vaginal” sexual intercourse in these patients. The article by Vatsa et al. (1) reports the use of amnion to cover the operatively created neovaginal opening in a retrospective manner, and they should be congratulated. They conclude that, in developing countries, a simple operating technique appears to be a promising option due to its low cost, easy availability, safety, ease of procedure, no special instruments, and, with respect to physiological outcome, epithelialization of the vagina without hair growth and with a satisfying functional outcome (1).
Source: fertstert.org

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