To describe the new surgical technique and report the safety and feasibility of vaginally-assisted laparoscopic sacrohysteropexy VALSH. Patients were followed up for 12 months for mesh-related complications and improvements of symptoms. The operation had three sections; 1 st laparoscopic, 2 nd vaginal, 3 rd laparoscopic.
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Vaginal prolapse is a common condition where the bladder, uterus and or bowel protrudes into the vagina. This can cause symptoms such as a sensation of a vaginal lump, constipation, difficulty emptying the bowel or bladder or problems with sexual intercourse. Treatment is only recommended when the prolapse is symptomatic. The biggest cause of prolapse is pregnancy and birth, though a number of other factors such as family history, lifestyle and certain medical conditions can also cause prolapse.
Pelvic organ prolapse POP occurs when the tissue and muscles of the pelvic floor no longer support the pelvic organs resulting in the drop prolapse of the pelvic organs from their normal position. The pelvic organs include the vagina, cervix, uterus, bladder, urethra, and rectum. The bladder is the most commonly involved organ in pelvic organ prolapse.
What the evidence and the experts say about the various approaches for prolapse repair. For these reasons, POP repair is not a one-size-fits all procedure. In this article, experts in minimally invasive prolapse repair offer their perspectives on 3 surgical approaches: use of native tissue Drs.
Pelvic organ prolapse POP is common among multiparous elderly women. POP related to obstructive anuria is very uncommon, but can be life-threatening if untreated. In this report, the patient survived from a septic shock with multidisciplinary treatment and was completely cured of POP after tension-free vaginal mesh repair.
There are several types of prolapse surgery but all of them try to fix the prolapse and prevent it from happening again. Colporrhaphy uses stiches to repair or strengthen the tissue that supports the vagina. This involves making small cuts to your vagina. You will be given either an injection of medicine to numb the pelvic region regional or spinal anaesthetic or to put you to sleep general anaesthetic.
In vaginal prolapse the vagina stretches or expands to protrude on other organs and structures. The situation seldom involves the vagina alone. Supports for the uterus often stretch allowing it to also fall prolapse when a woman strains during a bowel movement.