vaginal vault


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vaginal vault

the enlargement of the internal end of the vagina.
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Higher stage anterior vaginal wall prolapse will generally involve descent of uterus or vaginal vault (if uterus is absent).
It is suitable for patients with uterine prolapse or Stage II–IV vaginal vault prolapse and recurrence after the operation,[sup][2],[3] particularly for younger patients who are sexually active.
This involves attaching mesh to the sides of the vaginal vault which is then suspended from the sacrospinus ligament.
Understanding that many failures of anterior vaginal repairs were due to associated weakness of vaginal apical supports (DeLancey level 1), contemporary anterior repair includes re-approximation of pubocervical fascia to the vaginal apex with or without associated vaginal vault suspension.
Preventing vaginal vault prolapse by supporting the vaginal cuff is an essential part of hysterectomy, whether abdominal or vaginal.
Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is the descent of the pelvic organs including bladder, rectum, uterus, vaginal vault and intestines, beyond their anatomical confines.
html) Some of the procedures  the da Vinci robot has already preformed include a hysterectomy, a myomectomy, a single-site hysterectomy and a sacrocolpopexy - also known as a uterine or vaginal vault prolapse.
I witnessed numerous methods to return the total prolapsed vaginal vault to its original state to allow for a urodynamic evaluation.
The protruding mass was a segment of ischaemic small bowel, which eviscerated via a tight vaginal vault defect (Figure 1).
Until recently, no one technique that preserves sexual functions has been universally successful in the treatment of vaginal vault prolapse.
4) Surveillance strategies after treatment include physical examination, cervical or vaginal vault cytology, and positron emission tomography-computed tomography (PET-CT).
A sacrocolpopexy procedure restores the vagina to its normal position to correct the prolapse of the vaginal vault in women who have had a previous hysterectomy.