(1.) What is Microlaparoscopy? <http://www.ivf.com/microlap.html>
(2.) The following articles are from the Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network which is located at Allentown, PA. At the following web site - enter: *Conscious Pain Mapping* - The following URL is the same for the three articles listed here: <http://www.lvhn.com/search/>
( a. ) *Chronic Pelvic Pain Needs Physical and Psychological Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment; New Program at Lehigh Valley Hospital - One of Few in Country to Apply "Conscious Pain Mapping" - January 27, 1998.
( b.) *Detecting the Cause of Pelvic Pain - Many women suffer for years, not knowing the reason for their discomfort. Three Cases of Pelvic Pain - What's Normal and What's Not. September/October 1997
( c.) *Spirit of Women: Personal Profiles.
(3.) *Awake During Procedure, Patients Identify Source of Pelvic Pain
(4.) *Mapping Pelvic Pain - February 2, 1998
(4.) *Steven Palter, M.D: on Conscious Pain Mapping <http://www.obgmanagement.com/pearls/painmap.html>
(5.) *John Steege, M.D: Prepping for Office Laparoscopy <http://www.obgmanagement.com/pearls/officelap.html>
(6.) *Medical experts put chronic pelvic pain on the map in Denver, April 1998 <http://www.obgyn.net/english/pubs/features/cpp_report.htm>
(7.) *An interview with C. Paul Perry, M.D., president of the International Pelvic Pain Society, about the organization's progress, goals and vision. <http://www.obgyn.net/english/pubs/features/perry_int_0408.htm>
(8.) *Microlaparoscopy: "No Stitch - No Band-aid" Surgery - Conscious Pain Mapping <http://www.reproductivecenter.com/microlaparoscopy.html>
(9.) *Pelvic Pain Often Has Complex Roots - September 10, 1998 <http://www.sltrib.com/1998/sep/0901998/Science/51697.htm>
(10.) *Pelvic Pain Mapping <http://www.wfla.com/health/26.htm>