- Primary Area of Practice
- Ob/Gyn & Womens Health
- Specialty/Area of Focus
- Tubal Reversal
- Other Specialty/Area of Focus
- Medical School
- Graduated from University of Rochester Medical School in 1970
- Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center Medical Director - I have devoted my professional career of more than 30 years to improving the techniques of microsurgical tubal repair in order to be able to restore fertility and hope to women desiring to become pregnant after having their tubes tied. The surgical techniques that I have developed make outpatient tubal ligation reversal comfortable, safe, and affordable by eliminating the need for hospitalization and speeding the recovery process.
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- Chapel Hill, NC USA
- MD, FACOG
- Honors and Awards
- 2011 Patients' Choice Award
2010 Patients' Choice Award
- Reconstructive surgery of the fallopian tubes.
English (Native fluency)
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Society of Reproductive Surgeons
American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
American College of Epidemiology
University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Johns Hopkins Hospital
UNC School of Medicine
Successful pregnancies after removal of intratubal microinserts.Obstetrics and Gynecology | February 2012
Authors: Monteith CW, Berger GS
Proximal tubal occlusion from intratubal microinserts can be corrected surgically and can provide patients an alternative to in vitro fertilization.
Normal pregnancy after outpatient tubouterine implantation in patient with Adiana sterilization.Fertility and Sterility | July 1996
Authors: Monteith CW, Berger GS.
Adiana hysteroscopic tubal occlusion can be surgically corrected in an outpatient setting through tubouterine implantation and this surgical technique can provide patients with an alternative to in vitro fertilization.
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- Physician, Active Health Library, Doctor, ObGyn Physician, Surgeon