Original Article

Role of uterosacral ligaments in the causation and cure of chronic pelvic pain syndrome
  • KLAUS GOESCHEN
Pelviperineology 2015; 34: 2-20
Laparoscopic approach to intrapelvic nerve entrapments
  • NUCELIO LEMOS
  • KINSHUK KUMAR
  • CHRISTINE PLÖGER-SCHOR
  • PHILIP PENG
  • ALLAN GORDON
Pelviperineology 2018; 37: 6-13
TVTPain reduction after anti-incontinence operation with a shortened sub-mid urethral sling implant and medial needle trajectory
  • REUT GILAD
  • MENAHEM NEUMAN
  • JACOB BORNSTEIN
Pelviperineology 2016; 35: 10-12
Treatment of chronic pelvic pain with Fascial Manipulation®
  • ANDREA PASINI
  • MARIA MARTINA SFRISO
  • CARLA STECCO
Pelviperineology 2016; 35: 13-16
Mapping chronic urogenital pain in women: review and rationale for a muscle assessment protocol - Part 1
  • MAREK JANTOS
  • SHERIE JOHNS
  • ANNA TORRES
  • EWA BASZAK-RADOMANSKA
Pelviperineology 2015; 34: 21-27
Mapping chronic urogenital pain in women: insights into mechanisms and management of pain based on the IMAP Part 2
  • MAREK JANTOS
  • SHERIE JOHNS
  • ANNA TORRES
  • EWA BASZAK-RADOMANSKA
Pelviperineology 2015; 34: 28-36
Pelvic trauma and pudendal syndrome (post-traumatic pudendal syndrome)
  • JACQUES BECO
  • STANLEY ANTOLAK
  • LAURENCE SEIDEL
  • ADELIN ALBERT
Pelviperineology 2018; 37: 42-48
TFS posterior sling improves overactive bladder, pelvic pain and abnormal emptying, even with minor prolapse. A prospective urodynamic study
  • PETER PETROS
  • PETER A. RICHARDSON
Pelviperineology 2010; 29: 52-55
Chronic pelvic pain and pelvic organ prolapse: a consequence of upright position?
  • KLAUS GOESCHEN
  • BERNHARD LIEDL
Pelviperineology 2020; 39: 55-59 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2020.39.02.005
Chronic pelvic pain syndrome in women. Review and preliminary results with low-energy extracorporeal shock wave therapy
  • ANDREA MENEGHINI
  • MONICA TREVISAN
  • EFTHYMIA LAMPROPOULOU
  • NICOLA MENEGHINI
Pelviperineology 2015; 34: 60-66
Interstitial cystitis (painful bladder syndrome) may, in some cases, be a referred pain from the uterosacral ligaments
  • PETER PETROS
Pelviperineology 2010; 29: 60-61
A new method to evaluate the part of stress in pain: injection of dextrose 5% (neural prolotherapy) on acupuncture points corresponding to the stellate, coeliac and mesenteric ganglions. A pilot study
  • JACQUES BECO
  • JACK MOUCHEL
  • LAURENCE SEIDEL
  • ADELIN ALBERT
Pelviperineology 2018; 37: 67-69
Pelvic floor related quality of life after vaginal mesh implantation. Secondary endpoint of a prospective randomized trial
  • JULIANE FARTHMANN
  • BORIS GABRIEL
  • ACHIM NIESEL
  • CHRISTIAN FÜNFGELD
  • ALFONS KRAUS
  • FLORIAN LENZ
  • HANS-JOERG AUGENSTEIN
  • ERIKA GRAF
  • DIRK WATERMANN
Pelviperineology 2014; 33: 74-79
Posterior Fornix Syndrome: Comparison of original (2004) and modified (2015) post-PIVS anatomic and symptomatic resultsa personal journey
  • KLAUS GOESCHEN
Pelviperineology 2015; 34: 85-91
Surgical cure of nocturia using 4 different methods based on strengthening the structural supports of the vaginal apex - a short review
  • PETER RICHARDSON
Pelviperineology 2015; 34: 92-93
A prospective randomized case-control study of amitriptyline and pregabalin for bladder pain syndrome
  • YUKI SEKIGUCHI
  • YOSHIKO MAEDA
  • YOKO AZEKOSHI
  • MANAMI KINJO
  • AKIKO FUJISAKI
  • RYOKO NAKAMURA
  • MASAHIRO YAO
Pelviperineology 2015; 34: 104-105
Efficacy of brief hypnosis as a pain relief method in episiotomy repair
  • SHOLE VATANPARAST
  • SHAHNAZ SHEKARFOROUSH
Pelviperineology 2013; 32: 110-112
Study No. 11: Ligamentous repair using the Tissue Fixation System confirms a causal link between damaged suspensory ligaments and urinary and fecal incontinence
  • BURGHARD ABENDSTEIN
  • PETER PETROS
  • PETER RICHARDSON
Pelviperineology 2008; 27: 114-117
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
Magnetic resonance imaging of pudendal nerve: technique and results
  • VITTORIO PILONI
  • MATTIA BERGAMASCO
  • ANDREA CHIAPPERIN
  • MATTEO MAZZUCCO
  • TOMMASO FELICI
  • JESSICA ANDREATINI
  • NOEMI NUCERA
  • ELENA FREDDI
Pelviperineology 2020; 39: 132-136 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2020.39.04.005

Review

The consensus terminology of persistent vulvar pain and vulvodynia
  • JACOB BORNSTEIN
Pelviperineology 2018; 37: 3-5
A practical update on functional and dysfunctional anatomy of the female pelvic floor - Part 1 Function
  • YUKI SEKIGUCHI
  • HIROMI INOUE
  • RYOKO NAKAMURA
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 16-20 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.01.004
A practical update on functional and dysfunctional anatomy of the female pelvic floor - Part 2 Dysfunction
  • YUKI SEKIGUCHI
  • HIROMI INOUE
  • RYOKO NAKAMURA
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 21-26 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.01.005
Botulinum neurotoxin (BoNT) in Urology - An overview of current and emerging uses
  • AYESHA KARUNATILLAKE
  • THOMAS R JARVIS
  • VINCENT TSE
  • PREM RASHID
Pelviperineology 2011; 30: 49-52
Understanding Chronic Pelvic Pain
  • MAREK JANTOS
Pelviperineology 2007; 26: 66-69
Provoked vulvodynia: A peripheral neurological pain syndrome
  • JACOB BORNSTEIN
  • EILAM PALZUR
Pelviperineology 2020; 39: 68-76 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2020.39.03.001
Evaluation of the effectiveness of rehabilitation treatment in patients with chronic pelvic pain: a systematic review
  • CHIARA POTENTE
  • DONATELLA GIRAUDO
  • GIOVANNI PALLESCHI
  • GIANFRANCO LAMBERTI
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 70-77 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.03.002
Pelvic floor exercises according to the Integral Theory - strengthening the 3 directional muscle forces improves chronic pelvic pain, bladder & bowel dysfunctions
  • PATRICIA M. SKILLING MB ChB
Pelviperineology 2017; 36: 79-83
A 20 year experience of microsurgical removal of the Bartholin’s glands for refractory vulvodynia
  • RICHARD I. REID
Pelviperineology 2018; 37: 83-87
Treatment of vaginismus by hypnotic psychotherapy. Review
  • ANDREA AMBROSETTI
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 96-102 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.03.006
Chronic pelvic pain and uterosacral ligaments: a systematic review
  • DIANA BADIU
  • TRAIAN ENACHE
  • ELVIRA BRATILA
Pelviperineology 2018; 37: 98-100
Chronic pelvic pain and uterosacral ligaments: a systematic review
  • DIANA BADIU
  • TRAIAN ENACHE
  • ELVIRA BRATILA
Pelviperineology 2017; 36: 98-100
FOWLER’S SYNDROME: WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT’S NOT
  • MICHAEL SWASH
  • PETER PETROS
Pelviperineology 2020; 39: 107-114 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2020.39.04.002
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
Testing the logical consistency of the Integral Theory System in a non-selected group of original articles from the November 2012 International Urogynecology Journal
  • BERNARD LIEDL
  • FLORIAN WAGENLEHNER
Pelviperineology 2013; 32: 113-119
Provoked vulvodynia: diagnosis of perplexing pain condition
  • JACOB BORNSTEIN
  • PETER PETROS
  • SANDY BORNSTEIN
Pelviperineology 2020; 39: 115-122 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2020.39.04.003

Systematic Review

Fowler’s syndrome and posterior fornix syndrome play a similar dysfunction. A systematic review
  • DIANA BADIU
  • ELVIRA BRATILA
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 12-15 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.01.003

Original Article

Age related comorbidities in chronic urogenital pain
  • SHERIE JOHNS
  • MAREK JANTOS
  • EWA BASZAK-RADOMAŃSKA
  • SONYA GALENSON
Pelviperineology 2018; 37: 20-23
A critical review of TFS ligament repair. Part 3: The role of ligaments in the control of bladder, bowel and pain symptoms
  • DARREN M GOLD
  • DAVID ENDE
Pelviperineology 2018; 37: 90-92
Chronic pelvic pain associated with pelvic vein incompetence
  • LIANA PLES
  • ADINA TEODORA CORBU
  • DENISA OANA BALALAU
  • OMINA MARINA SIMA
  • OCTAVIAN GABRIEL OLARU
  • ANCA DANIELA STANESCU
Pelviperineology 2018; 37: 123-126