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The value of pre-operative multi-compartment pelvic floor ultrasonography: A 1 year prospective study
The British Journal of Radiology via British Institute of Radiology
Comprehensive assessment of the pelvic floor provides information and diagnoses of coexisting abnormalities which may affect operative decisions. Our aim was to establish if pre-operative pelvic floor ultrasonography in patients complaining of PF dysfunction can complement clinical findings and contribute to additional management strategies.
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Pregnancy after transvaginal sling for stress urinary incontinence: A case series
Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery via PubMed
The aim of this study is to assess the incidence, medical course, and outcomes of women who carried a pregnancy to delivery after the placement of a transvaginal mesh sling for treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in a closed health care system.
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Total pelvic floor reconstruction during non-nerve-sparing laparoscopic radical prostatectomy: Impact on early recovery of urinary continence
International Journal of Urology via Wiley
To develop a modified technique of “total pelvic floor reconstruction” during non-nerve-sparing laparoscopic radical prostatectomy, and to determine its effect on postoperative urinary outcomes.
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How does site of pelvic organ prolapse repair affect overactive bladder symptoms?
Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery via PubMed
To assess how site of pelvic organ prolapse repair affects overactive bladder symptoms, we compared change in OAB symptoms in women undergoing isolated anterior/apical repair versus isolated posterior repair.
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Pelvic floor levator hiatus measurements: MRI vs. ultrasound
Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery via PubMed
The objective of this study is to compare levator hiatus measurements between pelvic magnetic resonance imaging and pelvic ultrasound imaging modalities.
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Coding for Sacral Neuromodulation — Tips from the AUGS Coding & Reimbursement Subcommittee
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Advance registration for the AUGS/IUGA 2014 Scientific Meeting ends June 30!
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Report: Incontinence prevalent among older US adults
Medscape
More than half the people aged 65 or more who live outside institutions report episodes of bladder or bowel incontinence, with women plagued considerably more than men, according to a large government report released that highlights the surprising prevalence of the debilitating condition.
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Should women skip an annual pelvic exam?
The Boston Globe
New advice issued from the American College of Physicians urged doctors to stop performing routine pelvic exams in healthy women who aren't pregnant and have no troubling symptoms to warrant the exam. The new guideline published in the Annals of Internal Medicine was based on a review of 52 studies that found no evidence that pelvic exams helped detect serious health problems like ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, or vaginal infections early enough to save a woman’s life or preserve her fertility.
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Mind over bladder: Stress and incontinence
Science Blog
Relaxing the mind may be powerful when it comes to reducing bladder urge issues, according to a new study completed at the University of Utah. Thirty women participated in an eight-week study and were followed for one year comparing the impact of mindfulness-based stress reduction with yoga on urinary urge incontinence, a challenge faced by as many as 26 percent of women in the United States.
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