Full Issue September 2009 Complete Issue read_pdf [2.5 Mb]

September 2009 Complete Issue The Complete Pelviperineology September 2009 Issue in PDF format. [PDF]


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AbstractsAbstracts 11th aavis annual scientific meeting International Pelviperineology Conference

11th aavis annual scientific meetingInternational Pelviperineology Conference Noosa Sheraton Resort and Spa July 30 - August 1 2009 - Abstracts

AVOIDING & MANAGING MESH - ANATOMY, PELVIC PAIN & SURGICAL CHOICES - RECTAL PROLAPSE, OBSTRUCTED DEFECATION SYNDROME AND RECTOCOELE - MALE PELVIC DYSFUNCTION - CONTROVERSIES IN URINARY INCONTINENCE - FECAL INCONTINENCE - RELEVANCE OF ULTRASOUND TO CLINICAL PRACTICE OF PELVIC
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Original Article Pelvic organ prolapse repair with Prolift® mesh: a prospective study by E. M. De Cuyper - M.I. Frazer

Pelvic organ prolapseThe long term durability of conventional surgical repair of vaginal prolapse has been questioned in recent years. In a frequently quoted publication Olsen et al. estimated that the lifetime risk (up to age 80 years) of undergoing surgery for vaginal prolapse was 11%. Between 29% and 40% of prolapse surgery is for recurrence and in 60% of re-operations the prolapse is at the site of the original procedure. There is no widely accepted and standardised technique for the management of recurrent prolapse. Multiple surgical techniques have evolved each supported enthusiastically by their proponents and some of the techniques involve the use of synthetic mesh material. [More]

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Pelvic Floor Digest September 2009 Issue Pelvic Floor Digest read_pdf [160 kb]

pelvic floor digestThis section presents a small sample of the Pelvic Floor Digest (September 2009), an online publication (www.pelvicfloordigest.org) that reproduces titles and abstracts from over 200 journals. The goal is to increase interest in all the compartments of the pelvic floor and to develop an interdisciplinary culture in the reader. [PDF]

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