Volume 38, Issue 4

December 2019
(1) Editorial, (5) Original Article, (2) Review, (1) FULL ISSUE PDF

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Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 106-134

Editorial

How well recognized is the Integral Theory?
  • DARREN M. GOLD
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 0-0 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.04.001

Original Article

A retrospective comparison of Calistar A versus the second-generation light-weight Calistar S for treating anterior and apical pelvic organ prolapse
  • AGUSTIN SAMPIETRO
  • GIANCARLO PARADISI
  • GIOVANNI SCAMBIA
  • JUAN SARDI
  • PAULO PALMA
  • CASSIO RICCETTO
  • PASCAL MOURTIALONasampietro@live.com.ar
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 106-111 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.04.002
Prostato-sacral Ligament, description of a new anatomy in males, its clinical significance and anatomic similarity to female anatomy
  • AHMED FARAG
  • SAHAR EMM NASR
  • MOHAMED YEHIA ELBARMELGI
  • AMAL A. FARAG
  • PETER PETROS
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 115-117 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.03.004
MR anatomy of the endopelvic fascia and ligaments in males
  • VITTORIO PILONI
  • MATTEO MAZZUCCO
  • ANDREA CHIAPPERIN
  • MATTIA BERGAMASCO
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 118-121 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.04.005
Analysis of primary and secondary outcome domains reported in randomised trials on surgery for female stress urinary incontinence. A systematic review
  • MARIA-PATRICIA RADA
  • CORNELIA BETSCHART
  • VASILIOS PERGIALIOTIS
  • JORGE MILHEM HADDAD
  • GABRIELE FALCONI
  • STERGIOS K. DOUMOUCHTSIS
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 122-125 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.04.006
Nocturnal enuresis in children- Literature review and anatomical rationale for a squatting -based pelvic floor regime
  • ANGEL GARCIA FERNANDEZ
  • PETER E. PETROS
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 126-129 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.04.007

Review

How well recognized is the Integral Theory?
  • DERYA KILIC
  • TOLGA GULER
  • AKIN SIVASLIOGLU
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 112-114 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.04.003
Functional constipation: a conservative first line approach
  • MARILYN FREEDMAN PT
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 130-134 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.04.008