Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy (LSH)
The laparoscopic supracervical
hysterectomy is a laser surgery procedure developed by Dr. Lyons
that leaves the woman's cervix intact. The procedure causes less
trauma to the patient and leaves the pelvic floor intact as a
further deterrent to pelvic prolapse or urinary stress
incontinence later on.
CWCRS first to offer minimally
invasive solution for rare anomaly, MRKH syndrome
Kristina Henry, a Texas woman
in her early thirties who had experienced her first painful and
terrifying surgery at age 16 to correct MRKH syndrome, or
failure of vaginal development, recently sought out the Center
for Women's Care & Reproductive Surgery in Atlanta more than
half her lifetime....
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Years after Dr. Lyons introduced minimally invasive
hysterectomies, little has changed: 65% of Hysterectomies still
have large incisions.
for Dr. Lyons
There is a new web service
where patients can report the good, the bad and the ugly about
their doctors. Fortunately Dr. Lyons is receiving great reviews
about his services. To read or make a testimonial,
follow this link.
Fertility Specialists said
she'd never have a child; 3 weeks after endometriosis
surgery, Stacy Ledford was Pregnant. Dr. Lyons reversed 17
years of frustration with Endo Excision.
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Why Pay More?
Globally renowned GYN surgeon
Thomas L. Lyons, MD, of the Center for Women’s Care & Reproductive
Surgery in Atlanta is launching an advocacy campaign to lower medical