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Research Article

Hysterectomy with Bilateral Salpingo-Oophorectomy in Female-to-Male Gender Affirmation Surgery: Comparison of Two Methods

Table 2

Comparison of results of transvaginal and laparoscopic hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy.

Route of hysterectomyMean operative time (min)ComplicationsReoperation rateBlood transfusionMean hospital stay

Transvaginal51 (46–72)1/92 (1%)0/92 (0%)1/92 (1%)4 (3–6)1
6 (5–8)2
Laparoscopic76 (68–90)1/32 (3%)0/32 (0%)0/32 (0%)4 (3–6)1
7 (6–8)2
<0.050.386/0.3750.897

Total57.5 (46–90)2/124 (1.6%)0/124 (0%)1/124 (0.8%)4 (3–6)1
6 (5–8)2

Conversion of vaginal to abdominal approach. Pelvic hematoma, spontaneously resolved. 1Metoidioplasty with urethral lengthening. 2Total phalloplasty with urethral lengthening.

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