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Educational material

Welcome to the archive of the Special Interest Group Reproductive Surgery Please login first. Access to some of these pages is limited to participants and ESHRE members. 

Fertility sparing in endometrial cancer

ESHRE Campus organised by the ESHRE SIGs Reproductive Surgery & Fertility Preservation
Alicante, Spain | 02 -03 February 2023

Registered participants and ESHRE members can re-visit the course on eCampus here

 


Fibroid surgery; diagnosis, procedures and risks

ESHRE Campus workshop organised by the Special Interest Group Reproductive Surgery
12-14 May 2022 | Paphos, Cyprus

ESHRE members and registered participants can re-visit the course here


Precongress Course ESHRE 2021 Virtual

Step by step reproductive surgery

ESHRE members and registered participants can re-visit the course here

 


Adenomyosis: What we know, and what we don’t know

ESHRE Campus workshop organised by the Special Interest Groups Reproductive Surgery and Endometriosis and Endometrial Disorders
12-13 March 2021 | Virtual event

ESHRE members and registered participants can re-visit the course here

 



Need or no need for septum incision: that's the question!

ESHRE webinar organised by the Special Interest Group Reproductive Surgery
31 October 2020

ESHRE members and registered participants can re-visit the course here

 



The unsuitable uterus

ESHRE Campus workshop organised by the Special Interest Group Reproductive Surgery
01-03 October 2020 | Virtual

ESHRE members and registered participants can re-visit the course here




Deep endometriosis – from pathophysiology to clinic

ESHRE Campus symposium organised by the Special Interest Groups Reproductive Surgery and Endometriosis & Endometrial Disorders
Münster, Germany
16-17 September 2019

 


 

Precongress Course ESHRE 2019

Surgery for fertility preservation in women

 



Gynaecological pathologies at adolescence

ESHRE Campus symposium organised by the Special Interest Group Reproductive Surgery
Alicante, Spain
21-23 February 2019



Uterine fibroids and heavy menstrual bleeding

ESHRE Campus symposium organised by the Special Interest Groups Endometriosis and Endometrial Disorders and Reproductive Surgery
Berlin, Germany
03-04 December 2018

 


 

Precongress Course ESHRE 2018

Endoscopy via the vaginal route: interest in ART

 



Tubal factor management in infertility

ESHRE Campus Symposium organised by the Special Interest Group Reproductive Surgery
Bucharest, Romania
22-23 September 2017

 



Precongress Course ESHRE 2017

Complications in Reproductive Surgery

 


 

Precongress Course ESHRE 2016

The management of myoma in women wishing to preserve reproductive function

 



Surgery in Reproductive Medicine: benefits and limits 

SIG Reproductive Endocrinology and SIG Reproductive Surgery
Thessaloniki, Greece
5-6 May 2016 

 



The impact of reproductive surgery on cross-talk between the embryo and the endometrium

SIG Reproductive Surgery and Task Force Management of Fertility Units
Milan, Italy
28-30 January 2016

 


 

When is surgery the answer to early pregnancy complications?

ESHRE Campus meeting organized by the ESHRE Special Interest Groups Early Pregnancy and Reproductive Surgery
Coventry, United Kingdom 
21-22 January 2016

 


 

ESHRE 2015

Challenging Reproductive Surgery


Endoscopy in reproductive medicine

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Syllabus November 2015
Syllabus March 2015 

 


 

Complications in reproductive surgery

ESHRE Campus Symposium organised by Special Interest Group Reproductive Surgery
Lyon, France
17-18 April 2015

 


 

Controversies in endometriosis and adenomyosis

SIGs Endometriosis and Reproductive Surgery
Liège, Belgium
4-6 December 2014

 


 

The impact of reproductive surgery on cross talk between the embryo and the endometrium

ESHRE Campus organised by the SIGs Endometriosis and Reproductive Surgery
Vienna, Austria
11-12 April 2014 

 


 

Female genital tract congenital malformations: new insights in an old problem

Thessaloniki, Greece
27-28 September 2013

 


 

Precongress Course ESHRE 2013

The impact of reproductive surgery on repeated implantation failure

 


 

The impact of reproductive surgery in increasing pregnancy rates in ART

Iasi, Romania
11-12 April 2013

 


 

Scarring in the female reproductive tract – mechanisms and management

Edinburgh, UK
5-6 February 2013

 


 

Precongress Course ESHRE 2012

Is there any place for reproductive surgery in the era of ART

 


Reproduction and management of fibroids. From basic research to innovative operative techniques

Larnaca, Cyprus
16-17 March 2012

 


 

How can surgery increase the success rate in ART?

ESHRE Campus symposium
Grado, Italy
6 & 7 May 2011 

 


 

Precongress Course ESHRE 2011

Adhesion prevention in Reproductive Surgery

 


 

Female and male surgery in human reproductive medicine

ESHRE Campus symposium
Treviso, Italy
8-9 October 2010



The determinants of a successful pregnancy

ESHRE Campus symposium
Dubrovnik, Croatia
24-25 September 2010

 


 

Precongress Course ESHRE 2010

NOTES and single access surgery 

 


 

Endoscopy in reproductive medicine

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Please find here some pictures of the previous hands-on course which was held in Leuven in February 2010.Leuven February 2011 (only for participants)

 


 

Congenital uterine anomalies and reproductive outcome

ESHRE Campus symposium
Manchester, United Kingdom
20-21 November 2009

 



Precongress Course ESHRE 2009

Diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy in reproductive medicine 

 



Precongress Course ESHRE 2008

Training and education in endoscopy 

 



Adenomyosis: a reproductive disorder

Symposium organised by the Special Interest Groups “Reproductive Surgery” & “Endometriosis and Endometrium”
Leuven, Belgium
19-20 April 2007

 


 

Precongress Course ESHRE 2007

Reproduction and uterine fibroids: importance of the inner myometrium? 

 


 

Precongress Course ESHRE 2005

Controversies in infertility surgery: To operate or not to operate?