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          The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery (WJOLS) is slowly creating new milestones and now
          it is the most popular peer-reviewed academic journal of minimal access surgery that aims to guide
          clinical practice and improves laparoscopic skills of surgeons and gynecologists. Now, WJOLS has
          already entered in its sixth year and there is dramatically increased acceptance of this journal from
          all over the world.
             Due to huge demand and long waiting list of authors to get their article published in this journal,
          we have started giving priority to manuscripts that are supported by major national and international
          foundations and those that are of great basic and clinical significance.
             WJOLS is official publication of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons (WALS) and, today, WALS has become
          the most prominent and highly respected professional group for the minimal access surgical specialty in India, and has
          a high profile in other parts of the world. The objectives of the association are to promote laparoscopic surgery in theory
          and practice, and attempt to establish uniform training requirements for the specialty and encourage these worldwide.
             In this issue of WJOLS, there are many interesting articles, including latest technique of performing Gastric Plication
          surgery. In this issue, few interesting HD laparoscopic videos are included in DVD as Laparoscopic Surgery for Endo-
          metriosis, Laparoscopic Fundoplication Surgery, Diagnostic Laparoscopy and Tubal Patency Test, Laparoscopic
          Management of Dermoid Cyst, Tension-free Vaginal Tape Obturator for Stress Urinary Incontinence and Laparoscopic
             I hope this issue will be very useful for surgeons and gynecologists. Your feedback will be highly appreciated. I think it
          is very important to have a feedback loop from our readers, where you are constantly giving advice about what is lacking
          and how we could do it better. The single best piece of advice is criticism, what we need from the readers. That is how
          we improve.

                                                                                                    With regards
                                                                                                     RK Mishra

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