vaginal vault


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vaginal vault

the enlargement of the internal end of the vagina.
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Major complications associated with neglected ring pessaries, such as fistulas (vesicovaginal, rectovaginal), vaginal vault perforation, pessary incarceration, urosepsis and pessary entrapment/ embedment, are well noted in the literature.
Sacrocolpopexy through abdominal approach uses a synthetic mesh to re-suspend the vaginal vault.
21 - Implant Surgery for the correction of vaginal vault prolapse
When you place a synthetic product in the vaginal vault, those bacteria respond to the changed physical environment.
Atrophic vaginitis has been recognized as a diagnostic and clinical entity since the inception of cervical cancer screening, which serendipitously emerged through the investigation of hormonal influences on the cervix and vaginal vault.
In a 2010 Cochrane review, ASC was associated with lower rates of recurrent vaginal vault prolapse and less dyspareunia compared with SSLF, but there was no statistically significant difference in the re-operation rates for prolapse between the two procedures.
On inspection of the genital region there was evidence of vaginal prolapse with a 20-30 cm evisceration of small bowel via a vaginal vault defect.
The patient presented with vaginal bulge, pressure, discharge, defecation dysfunction, and abdominal pain; she was diagnosed with stage TV vaginal vault prolapse.
From 2002 to 2008, 48 women with symptomatic high-grade post-hysterectomy vaginal vault prolapse underwent robotic sacrocolpopexy, or vaginal wall repair.
An innovative type of surgery - da Vinci robotic surgery - is setting a new standard for the surgical treatment of a broad range of gynecologic conditions, including fibroids, endometriosis, vaginal vault prolapse and gynecologic cancer.
The IUCD string was not visible in the uterine cervix or vaginal vault.