Liselotte Mettler

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Liselotte Mettler is an Austrian-German surgeon who specializes in endocrinology, reproductive medicine, gynecological endoscopy and gynecological oncology.[1] Mettler is a professor emeritus for the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics at Kiel University, Germany[2] where she worked closely with Kurt Semm. The author of more than 600 publications and several books.[3]

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • Mettler, Liselotte; Patvegar, M; et al., "Value of malignancy exclusion of ovarian cysts prior to laparoscopy", J Reproduktionsmed Endokrinol 5 (2008), Nr. 2, S. 93-100
  • Mettler, Liselotte; Schollmeyer, Thoralf et al., "Robotic assistance in gynecological oncology.", Current Opinion in Oncology 20 (2008), Nr. 5, S. 581-9
  • Soyinka, A S, Mettler, Liselotte, et al., "Enhancing Laparoscopic Performance with the LTS3E: A Computerized Hybrid Physical Reality Simulator", Fertil Steril 90 (2008), Nr. 5, S. 1988-94
  • Summa, Birte, Mettler, Liselotte, et al., "Early detection of a twin tubal pregnancy by Doppler sonography allows fertility-conserving laparoscopic surgery.", Arch Gynecology Obstetrics May (2008), Nr. 1, S. 1
  • Mettler, L. et al. The past, present and future of minimally invasive endoscopyin gynecology: A review and speculative outlook. Minimally Invasive Therapy: 2013;22:210-226


  1. ^ "METTLER Liselotte". Ambassadors. World Endometriosis Society. 14 October 2018. Retrieved 14 June 2022.
  2. ^ "Prof. Dr. med. Liselotte Mettler". University of Kiel. Informationssystem der Universität Kiel. Retrieved 6 May 2018.
  3. ^ Liselotte Mettler,, retrieved 3-328-2009

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