colpopexy

colpopexy

 [kol´po-pek″se]
suture of a relaxed vagina to the abdominal wall.

vag·i·no·fix·a·tion

(vaj'i-nō-fik-sā'shŭn),
Suture of a relaxed and prolapsed vagina to the abdominal wall.

vag·i·no·fix·a·tion

(vaj'i-nō-fik-sā'shŭn)
Suturing a relaxed and prolapsed vagina to the abdominal wall.
Synonym(s): colpopexy, vaginopexy.
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Ventral position of the mesh also helps to perform colpopexy. Suturing of the posterior vaginal fornix (or posterior vaginal vault) to the same mesh provides some degree of correction, and any associated vaginal vault prolapse and obliteration of the Douglas pouch prevent enterocele, too (8).
An innovative approach to treating vaginal mesh exposure after abdominal sacral colpopexy: endoscopic resection of mesh and platelet-rich plasma; initial experience in three women.
It is crossed by the left common iliac vein and care should be taken during hysteropexy and colpopexy operations.
Vaginal sacrospinous colpopexy using the Capio suture-capturing device versus traditional technique: feasibility and outcome.
A comparison of laparoscopic and abdominal sacral colpopexy: objective outcome and perioperative differences.
Risk factors for mesh/suture erosion following sacral colpopexy. Am I Obstet Gynecol.
Sacral colpopexy, a surgical treatment for middle compartment defects, connects the uterus or the top of the vagina with the sacral anterior longitudinal ligament by bridging grafts.
Long-term success of abdominal sacral colpopexy using synthetic mesh.
This patient is a 62-year-old female who presented to the emergency department (ED) for chest pain two days following robotic assisted laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy with sacral colpopexy for a history of uterovaginal prolapse.
(5.) Rajamaheshwari N, Karthik G (2004): Transvaginal sacrospinal colpopexy for vault prolapse.
Sacrospinous colpopexy, introduced by Randall and Nichols (1) in 1971, has become a favored method for restoring vaginal support in women with vault prolapse, massive eversion of the vagina and procidentia.
Additional procedures, including vaginal hysterectomy, McCall's culdoplasty, sacrospinous colpopexy and sacrospinous cervicopexy, were carried out wherever appropriate.