Original Article

Bilateral iliococcygeus fixation technicque for enterocele and vaginal vault prolapse repair
  • HAIM KRISSI
  • STUART L STANTON
Pelviperineology 2010; 29: 11-14
Conversion from abdominal sacrocolpopexy to vaginal surgery with transobturator mesh placement in the treatment of vaginal vault prolapse
  • HAIM KRISSI
  • YOAV PELED
Pelviperineology 2012; 31: 13-14
Transperineal Bilateral Sacrospineous Colpofixation (TPBCF) for the treatment of vaginal vault prolapse – description of a refined method
  • BERND BUERKLE
  • STEFAN OLLIG
  • DIRK G. KLEBACK
Pelviperineology 2018; 37: 49-51
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
Transperineal bilateral sacrospineous colpofixation for the treatment of female genital prolapse – 5-year results
  • FRANZISKA C. HEMPTENMACHER
  • STEFAN OLLIG
  • ANDREAS SÜSSE
  • DIRK G. KIEBACK
Pelviperineology 2020; 39: 60-64 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2020.39.02.006
Intravaginal posterior sling procedure (PIVS) for the treatment of uterine descensus and vaginal vault prolapse: retrospective analysis of efficacy, safety, complications and patient satisfaction in 150 cases
  • KIM M. HAEST
  • TOM H. HASAART
  • ILKNUR SANLI
  • ED T. GONDRIE
  • MARTIN G. BERGMANS
Pelviperineology 2007; 26: 101-103
Comparison to sacrospinous fixation versus infracoccygeal sacropexy in vaginal vault prolapse at 2-year follow-up
  • EDGARDO CASTILLO-PINO
  • CÉSAR CANESSA
  • WASHINGTON LAURÍA
Pelviperineology 2018; 37: 118-121

Original Article

Bilateral Sacrospinous Colposuspension (BSC) for the treatment of vaginal vault prolapse – description of a novel method
  • DIRK G. KIEBACK
Pelviperineology 2019; 38: 46-48 DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2019.38.02.004
Comparison to sacrospinous fixation versus infracoccygeal sacropexy in vaginal vault prolapse at 2-year follow-up
  • EDGARDO CASTILLO-PINO
  • CÉSAR CANESSA
  • WASHINGTON LAURÍA
Pelviperineology 2017; 36: 118-121