Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
SAN FRANCISCO – A retrospective analysis at a tertiary center suggests fear of incontinence should not prevent mesh removal.
The interim update incorporates new systematic review evidence on the use of biologic and synthetic mesh grafts for anterior POP repair.
Dr. Richard-Davis served as the Scientific Program Chair of the 2018 NAMS Meeting. In this audiocast she highlights several clinical takeaways...
From Society of Gynecologic Surgeons
Brought to you by the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons. In this video, the authors review pertinent groin and pelvic anatomy for...
PT referrals are an option for pelvic floor dysfunction after menopause.
“To cysto or not to cysto?” that is the ongoing question surrounding the role of cystoscopy following benign gyn surgery. These authors review...
Board Exam Corner
What is the most effective surgical procedure for a sexually-active patient with advanced prolapse?
What works best for genitourinary syndrome of menopause: vaginal estrogen, vaginal laser, or combined laser and estrogen therapy?
There are not enough data to recommend laser therapy over the gold standard, transvaginal estrogen, for treating symptoms of the...
SAN ANTONIO – New guidelines from the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons are aimed at aiding surgeons as they consider the role of hysterectomy for...
When evaluating a woman’s risk of ovarian malignancy, a 2-step process that includes morphology-based ultrasonography and, if needed, secondary...
SAN ANTONIO – Mesh choice and suture selection are both important in decreasing the risk of erosion.