Prof Jing Guan M.D.
Reproductive Medicine Centre
Peking University People’s Hospital, Beijing, China
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The International Society for Reproductive Surgery and Fallopian Tubes
Master Class on Reproductive Surgery
Jing Guan M.D.
Reproductive Medicine Centre
Peking University People’s Hospital, Beijing, China


As the liaison officer in China of the International Society for Reproductive Surgery and Fallopian Tubes (ISRSFT), I think I have the obligation to spread the ideas of Reproductive Surgery. So, with the support from ISRSFT, we opened up the Master Class on Reproductive Surgery between December 27-28 2019, in Peking University People’s Hospital, Beijing, China.

This master class consisted of two parts: live surgery and mini class. A total of 20 doctors who are passionate about reproductive surgery joined into this master class. On the first day, the live surgery focused on fallopian tube occlusions which mainly consisted of proximal, mid and distal occlusions on 4 different cases. For the proximal occlusion, we used catheterization as the main treatment and we had very good results in the previous cases. For the mid occlusion, we mainly used fallopian tube anastomosis, and the success rate was promising if the surgical details were not overlooked. For the distal occlusion, like the case presented in the live surgery: a 32 year old female patient with chocolate cyst. We did fertility sparing reproductive surgery for this patient, hopefully this patient could have her second child naturally in the future. Meanwhile, in the live surgeries, we normally need to demonstrate how to release the pelvic adhesions, so the audience were all amazed that they got chance to see the adhesion release! So, if we summarize the characteristics of our 4 carefully  prepared patients that would be: local occlusion plus mild to severe pelvic adhesions.