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Pelviperineology A Multidisciplinary Pelvic Floor Journal

Volume: 41 Issue: 2 - 2022

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Akın SİVASLIOĞLU
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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
The analysis of the prevalence, importance and reporting rates of incidental lung lesions in non-contrast abdominal CTs performing for the evaluation of the urinary system

Emrah DOĞAN, Fatih ALAŞAN
doi: 10.34057/PPj.2022.41.02.2022-3-1   Pages  73 -  80 
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Management of complex pelvic floor dysfunctions: Combined versus single surgical procedure in a multidisciplinary approach. A prospective study

Simona ASCANELLI, Laura CHIMISSO, Sara MONTORI, Ruby MARTINELLO, Carmelo IPPOLITO, Paolo CARCOFORO
doi: 10.34057/PPj.2022.41.02.2022-4-3   Pages  81 -  90 
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The effect of apical tensioning and suburethral support on stress and urgency urinary incontinence

Wolfram JÄGER, Andre PAEFFGEN, Anne HAGEMEIER, Elke NEUMANN, Sebestian LUDWIG, Peter MALLMANN
doi: 10.34057/PPj.2022.41.02.2022-3-3   Pages  91 -  97 
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Prevalence of urinary incontinence and associated factors in crossfit practitioners: A cross-section study in Brazil

Kelley Cristina COELHO, Eduarda Roman ZACARIN, Rodrigo Vaneti OTAVIO, Mateus Dias ANTUNES, Cynthia Gobbi Alves ARAÚJO, Daniela Saldanha WITTIG, Braulio Henrique Magnani BRANCO, Maura SELEME, Bary BERGHMANS
doi: 10.34057/PPj.2022.41.02.2022-2-3   Pages  98 -  103 
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Repair of pelvic organ prolapse with trocar-less versus trocar systems: Retrospective comparative study

Naama MARCUS, Yair ALTURA, Cyril EBOUE, Peter von THEOBALD
doi: 10.34057/PPj.2022.41.02.2022-5-1   Pages  104 -  111 
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The association between mesh-to-urethra distance and lower urinary tract symptoms in stress urinary incontinence patients surgically treated with an intra-operatively trimmed single incision mini-sling

Ezgi KARAKAŞ PASKAL, Eren AKBABA, Ahmet Akın SİVASLIOĞLU
doi: 10.34057/PPj.2022.41.02.2022-6-1   Pages  112 -  117 
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The effect of preoperative briefing on anxiety: A randomized study

Ömer Faruk ALTAŞ, Leyla KUTLUCAN
doi: 10.34057/PPj.2022.41.02.2022-6-3   Pages  118 -  122 
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REVIEW
Surgical reconstruction for apical vaginal prolapse

Menahem NEUMAN
doi: 10.34057/PPj.2022.41.02.2022-1-4   Pages  123 -  139 
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Overexpansion of the hiatus causing prolapse and LUTS is a failed concept

Peter PETROS
doi: 10.34057/PPj.2022.41.02.2022-4-1   Pages  140 -  148 
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