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Laparoscopic surgical specialists Drs.’ Miklos and Moore of Beverly Hills, CA had a very rewarding day as they were able to perform two Laparoscopic Davydov Neovagina Procedures in two very grateful patients within one afternoon.
Neovagina techniques have been in existence for more than 100 years and are used to create functional full-length vagina in patients who are born without a vagina or a shortened vagina. This condition is known as vaginal agenesis and is most commonly associated with other conditions known as MRKH syndrome or congenital adrenal hyperplasia.
Dr. John R. Miklos and Dr. Robert D. Moore: Experts in the creation of a Neovagina - Together they have treated 22 patients with MRKH in the past 24 months
1 in 5,000 females are born without a uterus and a vaginal canal. This disorder is a birth abnormality that is referred to as Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser syndrome or (MRKH).
Patient from Macon, Georgia came to see Dr. Miklos with a Sparc (TVT-type) sling – Mesh Complication and Neovagina Surgery.
Dr. Miklos had a recent patient that showed symptoms of pain at the urethra, pain with intercourse at urethra, urgency, frequency and difficulty emptying bladder x 6 months.
This patient is a 57 year old who presented with complaints of bladder spasms, difficulty emptying her bladder, urgency, frequency, shortened vagina, urine leakage and painful intercourse for 2 years. She claims these symptoms developed after having surgery in June 2010.
Dr. Miklos to operate on a patient from Norway, January 12, 2011. A patient born without a penetrable vagina (ie MRKH syndrome) is scheduled to fly to Atlanta to have Dr. Miklos perform a laparoscopic neovagina surgical procedure. The procedure is called a Davydov procedure and Dr. Miklos first learned this procedure in Moscow, Russia in 2001.
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