chapter  41
Laparoscopic-assisted vaginal hysterectomy and abnormal uterine bleeding
ByMelissa Cameron, Peter J Maher
Pages 12

Other doctors, keen to be seen to be adopting these new techniques, pursued a modification of the (TLH) and performed only part of the procedure laparoscopically. In fact, many of them performed diagnostic laparoscopy and then went on to finish the procedure vaginally while others performed small procedures laparoscopically, such as division of the top of the broad ligament, including the round ligament, before transferring to the vaginal approach.