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Volume: 36 Issue: 3 - 2017

EDITORIAL
Dedicated to Professor Heinrich Martius, pioneer in the ligamentous origin of chronic pelvic pain in the female
ADI Y. WEINTRAUB, PETER P. PETROS
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Complete Issue September 2017

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REVIEW
Pelvic floor exercises according to the Integral Theory - strengthening the 3 directional muscle forces improves chronic pelvic pain, bladder & bowel dysfunctions
PATRICIA M. SKILLING MB ChB,
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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Perspective - Chronic Pelvic Pain needs an integral approach
BERT MESSELINK,
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Severe chronic pelvic pain in women may be caused by ligamentous laxity in the posterior fornix of the vagina
PETER P. PETROS, D Med Sc
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Is Chronic Pelvic Pain in the female surgically curable by uterosacral/cardinal ligament repair?
YUKI SEKIGUCHI, HIROMI INOUE, BERNHARD LIEDL, MAX HAVERFIELD, PETER RICHARDSON, ALEXANDER YASSOURIDIS, LUNA PINANGO, FLORIAN WAGENLEHNER, DARREN GOLD
doi:   Pages  74 -  78 
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Surgical cure of chronic pelvic pain, associated bladder & bowel symptoms by posterior sling in 198 patients validates the Pescatori Iceberg principle of pelvic symptom co-occurrence
KLAUS GOESCHEN, DARREN M. GOLD,
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The Bornstein Test- a local anaesthetic technique for testing uterosacral nerve plexus origins of chronic pelvic pain
DORON ZARFATI, PETER P. PETROS
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Micronized palmitoylethanolamide reduces bladder chronic pelvic pain due to different etiologies and improves bladder functions
MONICA SOMMARIVA, CARLO SCHIEVANO, OMAR SALEH
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