Original Article

Role of uterosacral ligaments in the causation and cure of chronic pelvic pain syndrome
  • KLAUS GOESCHEN
Pelviperineology 2015; 34: 2-20
Standardized bilateral mesh supported uterosacral ligament replacement – cervico-sacropexy (CESA) and vagino-sacropexy (VASA) operations for female genital prolapse
  • WOLFRAM JAEGER
  • SEBASTIAN LUDWIG
  • MARTIN STUMM
  • PETER MALLMANN
Pelviperineology 2016; 35: 17-21
The presence and location of estrogen and progesterone receptors in the human pelvic cardinal ligaments
  • HAIM KRISSI
  • REUVIT HALPERIN
  • RUMELIA KOREN
  • YOAV PELED
Pelviperineology 2010; 29: 17-19
TFS (Tissue Fixation System) minisling reinforcement of uterosacral ligaments cures nocturia, urgency, frequency, even with minimal prolapse. A 6 months review
  • STEFANO DATI
Pelviperineology 2011; 30: 37-39
A follow-up study confirms day/night enuresis cure in children by squatting-based exercises
  • ANGEL GARCIA-FERNANDEZ
  • JORGE GARCIA ANDRADE
  • CARLA BECKER
  • PETER PETROS
Pelviperineology 2021; 40: 39-42 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2021.40.01.006
MR imaging of vaginal morphology, paravaginal attachments and ligaments. Normal features
  • VITTORIO PILONI
Pelviperineology 2015; 34: 53-59
Is ‘suspension plus plication’ of the uterosacral ligaments to the vaginal apex during hysterectomy a preventive measure for vaginal vault prolapse? A randomized trial
  • EMINE KAYHAN MERT
  • AHMET AKIN SIVASLIOGLU
Pelviperineology 2016; 35: 55-57
Interstitial cystitis (painful bladder syndrome) may, in some cases, be a referred pain from the uterosacral ligaments
  • PETER PETROS
Pelviperineology 2010; 29: 60-61
High definition T2-weighted MR imaging of the female uro- genital supporting system using an external coil
  • VITTORIO PILONI
  • NOEMI LUCCHETTI
  • TOMMASO FELICI
  • JESSICA ANDREATINI
  • FEDERICA PIGNALOSA
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 78-82 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.03.003
The TFS minisling restores major pelvic organ prolapse and symptoms in aged Japanese women by repairing damaged suspensory ligaments – 12 - 48 month data
  • HIROMI INOUE
  • YUTAKA KOHATA
  • YUKI SEKIGUCHI
  • TUYOSHI KUSAKA
  • TAKANORI FUKUDA
  • MIKA MONNMA
Pelviperineology 2015; 34: 79-84
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
Experimental Study No. 1: Directional muscle forces activate anorectal continence and defecation in the female
  • PETER PETROS
  • MICHAEL SWASH
Pelviperineology 2008; 27: 94-97
Study No. 10: Fecal incontinence cure by surgical reinforcement of the pelvic ligaments suggests a connective tissue aetiology
  • PETER PETROS
  • PETER RICHARDSON
Pelviperineology 2008; 27: 111-113
Interventional manometry: transvaginal support of pelvic floor ligaments raises endoanal pressure
  • SHUQING DING
  • MICHAEL SWASH
  • PETER PETROS
Pelviperineology 2014; 33: 112-114
Surgical repair of uterosacral/cardinal ligaments in the older female using the Tissue Fixation System improves symptoms of obstructed micturition and residual urine
  • PETER PETROS
  • WILLIAM LYNCH
  • MARK BUSH
Pelviperineology 2015; 34: 112-116
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
Study No. 12: Role of the uterosacral ligaments in the causation of rectal intussusception, abnormal bowel emptying, and fecal incontinence. A prospective study
  • BURGHARD ABENDSTEIN
  • CHRISTINA BRUGGER
  • ANTON FURTSCHEGGER
  • MICHAEL RIEGER
  • PETER PETROS
Pelviperineology 2008; 27: 118-121
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
Changes type III collagen expression in human uterosacral ligaments of uterine prolapse
  • EPPY DARMADI ACHMAD
  • BUDI IMAN SANTOSO
  • BENNY HASAN PURWARA
  • TYAS PRIYATINI
Pelviperineology 2014; 33: 119-123

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

Review

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
A review of the Integral Theory of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and proposed concept of repair: Part 1 - Structural components and damage
  • DARREN M. GOLD
  • DAVID ENDE
Pelviperineology 2016; 35: 74-76
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
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

Original Article

On collagen, ageing and surgical treatment options following commercial kit withdrawals- a critical analysis
  • BURGHARD ABENDSTEIN
  • DMITRY SHKARUPA
  • PETER PETROS
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 58-60 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.02.007
Severe chronic pelvic pain in women may be caused by ligamentous laxity in the posterior fornix of the vagina
  • PETER P. PETROS
  • D Med Sc
Pelviperineology 2017; 36: 71-73
Is Chronic Pelvic Pain in the female surgically curable by uterosacral/cardinal ligament repair?
  • YUKI SEKIGUCHI
  • HIROMI INOUE
  • BERNHARD LIEDL
  • MAX HAVERFIELD
  • PETER RICHARDSON
  • ALEXANDER YASSOURIDIS
  • LUNA PINANGO
  • FLORIAN WAGENLEHNER
  • DARREN GOLD
Pelviperineology 2017; 36: 74-78