The endeavor to promote research, education and the clinical management of chronic pelvic pain continues
A.Y. Weintraub, P. Petros
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The consensus terminology of persistent vulvar pain and vulvodynia
J. Bornstein
Vulvar pain is an enigma. Its etiology, pathophysiology and treatment have not yet been elucidated. This condition is presented with pain during intercourse.
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Original Article

Laparoscopic approach to intrapelvic nerve entrapments
N. Lemos, K. Kumar, C. Plöger-Schor, P. Peng, A. Gordon
It is well established that a large portion of the lumbosacral plexus is located intra-abdominally in the retroperitoneal space. However, descriptions of lesions on this plexus in most of the literature refer to its extra-abdominal course.
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Pelvic congestion syndrome: a current review
G. Gutvirtz, M. Imterat, A.Y. Weintraub
An adequate understanding of anorectal physiology is necessary for the correct diagnosis of pathological processes and Having no definite diagnostic criteria, the incidence of PCS is difficult to determine.
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Management of interstitial cystitis/ bladder pain syndrome: a short review
B. Friedman
Interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome (IC/BPS) is a chronic bladder condition which is characterized by bladder pain, urinary frequency, and nocturia. IC/BPS had been considered a progressive disease that may evolve
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Age related comorbidities in chronic urogenital pain
S. Johns, M. Jantos, E. Baszak-Tadomańska, S. Galenson
Chronic urogenital pain (CUP) is associated with a number of comorbidities, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD), headaches, fibromyalgia, allergies and musculoskeletal changes
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Are 'Psychiatric' Findings In Patients With Chronic Pelvic Pain Primary Or Secondary?
J.P. Mccredie, P. M. Skilling
The 2005 Cochrane Review summarizes Chronic Pelvic Pain as follows "Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is common in women in the reproductive and older age groups and causes disability and distress.
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Update on treatment aspects of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (cp/cpps)
I. Hoffmann, A. Pilatz, G. Perletti, V. Magri, F.M.E. Wagenlehner
According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) 1995 classification Chronic Prostatitis/ Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CP/CPPS) represents category III of prostatitis with no bacteria detectable in urine or expressed prostatic secretion.
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Challenging Case

A challenging case
V. Leanza, P.e. Petros, A. Gunnemann
A 67 year old female with a history of urinary retention and prolapse was complaining hesitancy in micturition and severe dysuria.
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Letter to Editor

Dear Editor
J. Beco
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