Vesicovaginal Fistula Repair (VVF) Surgeons
Vesicovaginal fistula (bladder fistula) is an abnormal passage between the bladder and the vagina which can be a complication after hysterectomy or vaginal surgery. Dr. Miklos and Dr. Moore are the most experienced laparoscopic vesicovaginal fistula repair surgeons in the world.
- 98% CURE RATE
- 1 DAY HOSPITAL STAY
- INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE
- MINI INCISIONS
- EXPERTS IN FAILED VVF REPAIRS
- OFFICES IN ATLANTA & BEVERLY HILLS
The Most Experienced Laparoscopic Vesicovaginal Fistula Repair Surgeons in the World!
|Surgeon’s Name||# of Patients||Country||Cure Rate||Misc|
|Drs. Miklos and Moore||50||United States||98%||As of 08/2014|
|Drs. Das Mahapatra & Chattacharyya||11||India||91%|
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'Their operative skills and techniques are definitely superior to the ones typically used by the Urologist or general Gynecologist.'
I have referred 2 patients this year to Drs. Moore and Miklos and I am extremely pleased with their professional care and follow up. One patient experienced a vesicovaginal fistula after her hysterectomy followed by a failed vaginal repair by a Urologist and myself. Rather than repair the recurrent vaginal apical fistula with open technique, I referred her to Dr. Moore to do a Laparoscopic Repair of Vesicovaginal Fistula at the apex of the vagina. The patient got excellent results with minimally invasive techniques developed by Drs. Moore and Miklos with only a short time in the hospital and short interval to return to work. Their operative skills and techniques are definitely superior to the ones typically used by the Urologist or general Gynecologist. This, in turn, benefits the patient in care, recovery and satisfaction. The time required to develop these specialty skills and techniques requires a large number patients with similar problems which fortunately, the general Gynecologist does not have. I also was allowed to observe the entire procedure which was educational in itself.
I would urge Gynecologists faced with failed or primary vaginal support problems, urinary incontinence problems, or post-op vesicovaginal fistulas, to consider referral for evaluation since I do believe Drs. Moore and Miklos’ skills in these areas offer the patient minimally invasive operations with good success and after all, that is the primary
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