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Lower urinary tract symptoms in older Chinese American women: prevalence and risk factors.

Tsung Mou, Oluwateniola Brown, Melissa Simon, XinQi Dong, Kimberly Kenton, C Emi Bretschneider,

The aim was to examine the prevalence of and risk factors for lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in a community-dwelling cohort of older Chinese American women. We performed a secondary analysis of a prospective cross-sectional population-based survey of community-dwelling Chinese Americans aged 60 and older in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Taishanese, ... Read more >>

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Pelvic floor dysfunctions and associated factors in female CrossFit practitioners: a cross-sectional study.

Giulia Keppe Pisani, Tatiana de Oliveira Sato, Cristiano Carvalho,

It is known that high-impact exercises can cause an increase in intra-abdominal pressure and provide overload in the pelvic floor structures. We hypothesized that female CrossFit practitioners would report symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) and that there will be factors associated with these dysfunctions. The study design is an ... Read more >>

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Minimum standards for reporting outcomes of surgery in urogynaecology.

Philip Toozs-Hobson, Fiona Bach, J Oliver Daly, Niels Klarskov,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:The IUGA special interest group (SIG) identified a need for a minimum data set (MDS) to inform outcome measurements to be included and simplify data capture and standardise reporting for data collection systems. To define a minimum data set for urogynaecological surgical registries. METHODS:Existing registries provide an inventory ... Read more >>

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Translation and validation of the Polish version of the Pelvic Floor Impact Questionnaire short form 7.

Katarzyna Bochenska, Magdalena E Grzybowska, Justyna Piaskowska-Cala, Margaret Mueller, Christina Lewicky-Gaupp, Dariusz Wydra, Kimberly Kenton,

The aim of this study was to develop a Polish language version of the short form of the Pelvic Floor Impact Questionnaire 7 (PFIQ-7) and to validate it in a sample of Polish-speaking women with pelvic floor disorders (PFDs). The PFIQ-7 was initially translated in a stepwise fashion as guided ... Read more >>

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Correction to: Does concurrent posterior repair for an asymptomatic rectocele reduce the risk of surgical failure in patients undergoing sacrocolpopexy?

Olivia H Chang, Emily R W Davidson, Tonya N Thomas, Marie Fidela R Paraiso, Cecile A Ferrando,

A correction to this paper has been published: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00192-020-04584-y. ... Read more >>

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Embryology of the urogenital tract; a practical overview for urogynecologic surgeons.

Tiffanie Tam, Rachel N Pauls,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:Urinary tract anomalies are one of the most common birth defects. Nevertheless, they prove challenging to diagnose as a result of variable presenting symptoms. We aimed to perform a review of urogenital tract development, highlight common congenital upper urinary tract anomalies encountered by urogynecologists and tools to facilitate ... Read more >>

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Conversion rate of laparoscopic or robotic to open sacrocolpopexy: are there associated factors and complications?

Perrine Capmas, Eva Suarthana, Maryse Larouche,

OBJECTIVES:To evaluate the conversion rate of laparoscopic or robotic to open sacrocolpopexy and to identify associated factors in a large population-based database. METHODS:We used Health Care Cost and Utilization Project-National Inpatient Sample (HCUP-NIS) databases 2005-2014. We extracted data on apical suspension and synthetic mesh with laparoscopy or robot in adult ... Read more >>

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Gynecologists' perspectives on two types of uterus-preserving surgical repair of uterine descent; sacrospinous hysteropexy versus modified Manchester.

Rosa A Enklaar, Brigitte A B Essers, Leanne Ter Horst, Kirsten B Kluivers, Mirjam Weemhoff,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:The modified Manchester (MM) and sacrospinous hysteropexy (SSH) are the most common uterus-preserving surgical procedures for uterine descent. Little is known about gynecologists' preferences regarding the two interventions. The study's aim was to identify which factors influence Dutch (uro)gynecologists when choosing one of these techniques. METHODS:This qualitative study ... Read more >>

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Pyometra secondary to colouterine fistula as a complication of diverticulitis.

Francisco Miguel González Valverde, María Jesús Gómez Ramos,

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Fundal pressure in the second stage of labor (Kristeller maneuver) and levator ani avulsion.

Aly Youssef, Elena Brunelli, Gianluigi Pilu,

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Dynamic magnetic resonance imaging following native tissue vaginal reconstructive surgery; a prospective study.

Abigail Shatkin-Margolis, Eugene Duke, Vivian Ghodsi, Austin Hill, Catrina C Crisp, Rachel N Pauls,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:To describe the impact of native tissue vaginal reconstruction on pelvic anatomy using dynamic magnetic resonance imaging. METHODS:This prospective single-cohort observational study involved women undergoing native tissue reconstruction with intraperitoneal vaginal vault suspension for pelvic organ prolapse. Concomitant procedures such as hysterectomy, midurethral sling, and anterior or posterior ... Read more >>

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Urinary incontinence during pregnancy: prevalence, experience of bother, beliefs, and help-seeking behavior.

Heidi F A Moossdorff-Steinhauser, Bary C M Berghmans, Marc E A Spaanderman, Esther M J Bols,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:Pregnancy and delivery are thought to induce urinary incontinence (UI), but its clinical impact is less known. Therefore, we investigated the prevalence of self-reported UI, level of experience of bother, and beliefs to gain a greater understanding of help-seeking behavior in adult pregnant women. METHODS:A digital survey shared ... Read more >>

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Bladder outlet obstruction is associated with bladder oversensitivity in women.

Guy Verhovsky, Yishai Hode Rappaport, Ilia Baberashvili, Amos Neheman, Amnon Zisman, Kobi Stav,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:Bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) in women might be associated with significant lower urinary tract storage symptoms such as increased frequency, urgency, and incontinence. This prospective study was designed to assess whether there is an objective association between BOO and abnormal parameters during filling cystometry in women. METHODS:A total ... Read more >>

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Laparoscopic uterosacral ligament suspension versus vaginal colposuspension using the Uphold Lite™ mesh system: clinical outcome and patient satisfaction.

Henry H Chill, Einat Gutman-Ido, Ido Navon, Adi Reuveni-Salzman, Rani Haj-Yahya, David Shveiky,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:The objective was to compare clinical and anatomical outcomes between laparoscopic uterosacral ligament suspension (LUSLS) and vaginal colposuspension using the Uphold Lite™ mesh system for the treatment of apical prolapse. METHODS:We performed a comparative, retrospective cohort study. All women who underwent either vaginal colposuspension with the Uphold Lite™ ... Read more >>

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The role of the genital hiatus and prolapse symptom bother.

Keila S Muñiz, Kristin Voegtline, Sarah Olson, Victoria Handa,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) severity is poorly correlated with prolapse symptoms. The objective of this study was to investigate the association between genital hiatus (GH) size and presence and severity of bulge symptoms. METHODS:This analysis utilized data from a longitudinal study of parous women. Women underwent annual assessment ... Read more >>

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A preliminary observational study on the vascular, nerve, and lymphatic anatomy and histology of the labia minora from cadaveric and surgical samples.

Yujiao Cao, Fengyong Li, Senkai Li, Yu Zhou, Qiang Li,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:To better understand details of the fine anatomy of the labia minora, present images of the vascular anatomy and characterize the nerve and lymphatic distribution of the labia minora. METHODS:Two fixed and five fresh cadaveric specimens were perfused and dissected, and the vascular network was photographed. Labia minora ... Read more >>

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Transvesical laparoscopy for bladder leiomyoma excision: a novel surgical technique.

Guido M Rey Valzacchi, Lucila I Pavan, Geronimo A Bourguignon, Juan P Cortez, Enrique P Ubertazzi, Jose M Saadi,

INTRODUCTIONAND HYPOTHESIS:Leiomyomas of the urinary bladder are rare tumors. Submucosal leiomyomas, when small and easily accessible, can be treated with transurethral resection, while unfavorably positioned or larger leiomyomas may be treated through an abdominal approach. In these cases, a laparoscopic approach for intravesical surgery is an alternative that may be ... Read more >>

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Feasibility and safety of antepartum tactile imaging.

Zdenek Rusavy, Vladimir Kalis, Salavat Aglyamov, Vladimir Egorov,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:Quantitative characterization of the birth canal and critical structures before delivery may provide risk assessment for maternal birth injury. The objective of this study was to explore imaging capability of an antepartum tactile imaging (ATI) probe. METHODS:Twenty randomly selected women older than 21 years with completed 35th week of ... Read more >>

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Commentary: The effect of modified Pilates based positions on pelvic floor electromyographic (EMG) activity; a pilot study.

Mittal Patel,

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Transcutaneous tibial nerve stimulation to treat urgency urinary incontinence in older women: 12-month follow-up of a randomized controlled trial.

Lucas Schreiner, Christiana Campani Nygaard, Thais Guimarães Dos Santos, Mara Regina Knorst, Irênio Gomes da Silva Filho,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:Urgency urinary incontinence (UUI) is highly prevalent in elderly individuals and has a great impact on quality of life. Transcutaneous tibial nerve stimulation (TTNS) can be an effective treatment option for UUI in older women. METHODS:This is a single-center randomized clinical trial with a 12-month follow-up involving 106 ... Read more >>

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Symptomatic and anatomic improvement of pelvic organ prolapse in vaginal pessary users.

Lanuza Celes Mendes, Leonardo Robson Pinheiro Sobreira Bezerra, Andreisa Paiva Monteiro Bilhar, José Ananias Vasconcelos Neto, Camila Teixeira Moreira Vasconcelos, Dayana Maia Saboia, Sara Arcanjo Lino Karbage,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:The vaginal pessary is a conservative method for treating pelvic organ prolapse (POP). It is able to reduce symptoms with minimal complications, improving quality of life (QOL). This study's hypothesis was that the use of pessaries decreases quantitative measures and improves women's QOL. We aimed to evaluate the ... Read more >>

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Commentary on "Voided volume for postoperative voiding assessment following prolapse and urinary incontinence surgery".

Abdelmageed Abdelrahman,

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Ureteral exposures with stone formation after transvaginal mesh prolapse surgery.

Kumiko Kato, Shoji Suzuki, Jun Nagayama, Shigeki Yamamoto,

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Family history and pelvic organ prolapse: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Parisa Samimi, Sarah H Jones, Ayush Giri,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:Numerous analytic observational studies assess family history as a risk factor for POP and report a wide range of associations. This review aims to systematically evaluate the role of family history of POP in relation to POP risk and its recurrence. METHODS:A review was performed of the PubMed/MEDLINE ... Read more >>

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Pelvic organ prolapse surgical training program in Bangladesh and Nepal improves objective patient outcomes.

Barbara Hall, Judith Goh, Maqsudul Islam, Anubha Rawat,

INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS:The DAK Foundation (Sydney) has facilitated pelvic organ prolapse (POP) repairs performed by local gynecologists for underprivileged women in Bangladesh and Nepal since 2014. Initially, there was no long-term patient follow-up. When 156 patients were examined at least 6 months after their surgery, an unacceptably high rate of prolapse ... Read more >>

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