Editorial:Facebook extension for Pelviperineology discussion
M. D. Levin
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Characteristics, risk factors and outcomes of deliveries complicated with obstetrical anal sphincter injury
Y. Baumfeld, A. Yehuda Weintraub, S. Shimrit Yaniv, E. Spiegel,z. Yohay, D. Elharr, D. Yohay
Vaginal delivery is often complicated with perineal tears which may be associated with short and long term morbididy.The majority of these tears are first and second degree tears-lacerations
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Treatment of pelvic organ prolapse using a lightweight modified Hexapro mesh
A. Brandt, D. Ulrich, A. Kuszka, A. Niesel, H. Lutz, C. Funfgeld, D. G. Kieback
Recurrence rates of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) of up to 30% have been described after classical surgical procedures without prosthetic implants. While controversy exists regarding the role of larger implants of surgical meshes
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Pelvic trauma and pudendal syndrome (post-traumatic pudendal syndrome)
J. Beco, S. Antolak, L. Seidel, A. Albert
Pudendal nerves are involved in the three basic functions of the perineum: defecation, voiding and sexual activity. Because they contain sensory, motor and autonomic fibers,any lesion of these nerves can induce a great variety of symptoms
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Transperineal bilateral sacrospineous colpofixation (TPBCF) for the treatment of vaginal vault prolapse – description of a refined method
B. Buerkle, S. Ollig, D. G. Kieback
Vaginal vault prolapse is a known clinical entity observed increasingly frequently in the era of large aging populations. Historically, treatment options included abdominal surgical interventions such as sacrocolpopexy or fascial slings
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Pathophysiology And Diagnosis Of Descending Perineum Syndrome In Children
M. D. Levin
The term "descending perineum" or "pelvic floor descent" is used in two very different conditions of the anorectal region. It was first applied by Parks et al, describing normal defecation during defecography.
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Descending perineum syndrome: pathophysiology of fecal incontinence
F. Pucciani
Descending perineum syndrome (DPS) is a complex syndrome where signs and symptoms are an expression of all the pelvic-perineal areas that are involved
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Letter to Editor

Dear Sir
E. Frighetto
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