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IT’S ON! SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2016
We would like to cordially invite you to the 3rd Annual Worldwide EndoMarch for endometriosis awareness, taking place in dozens of cities around the world on Saturday, March 19, 2016.(*) The Team USA-hosted EndoMarch will take place in beautiful downtown San Francisco, on Saturday, March 19, 2016. With EndoMarch Chapters in 50+ countries and counting, you can also pre-register for one of the EndoMarch events taking place internationally. More…
Dr. Nezhat’s television interview ( March 16th, 2016)
KTVU speaks with Dr. Camran Nezhat about the prevalence of endometriosis, diagnosis and treatment and the 3rd annual Worldwide Endometriosis March in San Francisco.
Dr. Nezhat is the proud founder and sponsor of the Worldwide EndoMarch
© AudreyMichel Photography
On behalf of the Nezhat Family and Board Members of the EndoMarch, I would like to express my immense gratitude for your time and efforts to raise awareness for millions of women and girls suffering from endometriosis.
It has been only a week since the cold, windy day of our 1st Annual Worldwide EndoMarch in Washington, DC. However, I am still overwhelmed with pride for how all of you made this a truly momentous international event. According to the park service, over 2000 of you were there marching on the National Mall, demonstrating a united front for change in front of our nation’s Capitol despite the weather. I would also like to extend my heartfelt appreciation to all of the thousands of volunteers and supporters from around the world who made so many countless sacrifices throughout the entire nine months leading up to the march.
For those who could not attend one of the worldwide events, the presence of your rallying spirit was certainly felt. The commitment everyone has shown to this cause will undoubtedly increase awareness about endometriosis and help us reach our goal of empowering people with knowledge to combat this life-altering disease. This is only the beginning. We will continue to move forward with our mission to bring worldwide attention to endometriosis and meaningful change to women’s health.
Hope to see you all at next year’s 2nd Annual Worldwide EndoMarch, taking place on Saturday, March 28, 2015.
Camran Nezhat, MD
Watch the exciting recorded video of the event: EndoMarch 2015
Chronic Pelvic Pain
Chronic Pelvic Pain Overview
According to various studies, it’s believed that approximately 13-20 million women and girls in the US suffer from chronic pelvic pain (CPP). Yet, despite being one of the most common medical conditions in women and girls, sadly, many suffer for years without receiving an accurate diagnosis or adequate treatment. Read more...
Latest News - Center for Special Minimally Invasive & Robotic Surgery
We are honored to have been selected to perform live Telesurgery during Annual Meeting of American College of Obestetrician Gynecologist.
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The posterior colpotomy: An alternative approach to tissue extraction : OBG Management
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Viewpoint: The Risks of Electric Uterine Morcellation
Medical News: Critics of Fibroid Removal Procedure Question Risks
The rapidly developing field of diagnostic technologies in reproductive medicine is one of our favorite subjects.
If you’d like to learn more about these fascinating new developments, save the date to attend their next Biomarker conference in Valencia, Spain, taking place April 10-13, 2014, or just visit their website at: http://www.comtecmed.com/biomarker/2014/
Washington, DC - The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), one of the nations largest organizations dedicated to infertility, reproductive medicine and biology, announced today that it will co-sponsor and support the Million Women March, an internationally-coordinated awareness campaign that will begin with a march at the Washington Mall and in dozens of international capitals on Thursday, March 13, 2014. Read more...
For more than a century, the development of new optical and surgical tools, from lighting systems to video and robotic technologies, has been instrumental for thes advancement of laparoscopic surgery
The practice of surgery has been revolutionized since the introduction of video-assisted endoscopy. Innovations particularly the use of video-assisted and robotic-assisted laparoscopy and hysteroscopy make this one of the most dynamic and technically demanding medical specialties. The new edition of this authoritative textbook catalogs the full spectrum of laparoscopic and hysteroscopic procedures used in general gynecology, gynecologic oncology and infertility surgery.
American College of Surgeons acknowledges Dr. Nezhat's work in its history of surgery article
Summary of Dr. Nezhat’s et al recent article about the history of endometriosis, titled Endometriosis: ancient disease, ancient treatment, published in the journal, Fertility and Sterility.
Battling a shape shifter
Health experts struggle to diagnose a painful, enigmatic disease San Francisco Business Times
by Chris Rauber, Reporter Date: Friday, October 19, 2012, 3:00am PDT
Sunnyvale resident Rebecca Silberstein, who was diagnosed with endometriosis shortly after Thanksgiving 2009, didn't have the more classic experience of struggling with pain for years before getting proper treatment. Her symptoms came on suddenly and she quickly received care.
A medical review of history dating back about 4,000 years has found evidence of women being subjected to torturous treatments involving leeches, bloodletting, hot douches, being hung upside down, and even accused of demonic possession and killed - all for their inability to overcome intense pain in their pelvic area. Read more...
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Minimally Invasive Surgery - Camran Nezhat, MD
Camran Nezhat, MD, FACS, FACOG, is the internationally renowned laparoscopic surgeon, scientist, and innovator in Palo Alto, California. Dr. Camran Nezhat-the pioneer and inventor of Minimally Invasive Surgery.
Dr. Camran Nezhat is one of the world's most respected endometriosis specialists. Dr. Camran Nezhat is Director of his own private practice at the Center for Special Minimally Invasive & Robotic Surgery in Palo Alto, California. For his outstanding contributions as the pioneer and leading practitioner in the field of laparoscopic surgery, specializing in laparoscopic treatment of severe endometriosis involving multiple organs, management of infertility, myomas of the uterus, and other pelvic diseases, Dr. Nezhat has received numerous awards from the most prestigious medical societies. Dr. Camran CV
- Fibroids (Leiomyomas)
- Ovarian Cysts
- Pelvic Pain
- Laparoscopic Surgery
- Robotic Surgery
- Urinary Incontinence
- Pelvic Floor Prolapse
- Ovarian Remnant Syndrome
- Uterine Artery Embolization
- Tubal Reversal
Minimally Invasive Surgery Center specializes...
Minimally Invasive Surgery Center specializes in the diagnosis and minimally invasive treatment of female reproductive disorders including:
- - Endometriosis
- - Infertility
- - Fibroids (Leiomyomas)
- - Ovarian Cysts
- - Pelvic Pain
- - Laparoscopic Surgery (MIS)
- - Robotic-assisted Surgery