Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
TUCSON, ARIZ. – Objective measures of stress urinary incontinence often don’t match patient perception.
TUCSON, ARIZ. – The biggest trick may be incorporating concomitant surgeries into the surgical work flow.
TUCSON, ARIZ. – A secondary analysis of two clinical trials found similar levels of improvement regardless of the...
TUCSON, ARIZ. – Most women aged over 65 years return to or improve upon baseline functional levels after POP surgery.
Patient-reported outcomes should trump anatomic outcomes as FDA evaluates marketed devices.
LAS VEGAS – Beri M. Ridgeway, MD, offers insight into various approaches to prolapse in women.
LAS VEGAS – Beri M. Ridgeway, MD, urges colleagues to not fear the treatment for stress urinary incontinence.
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Meaningful endometriosis treatment requires a holistic approach and an understanding of chronic pain
Considering the pathways involved with chronic pelvic pain in endometriosis can pave the way toward whole body treatment focused on quality of...
From the Journals
The risk of removal was higher for women who had a retropubic insertion, compared with those who had a transobturator insertion.
Dr. Richard-Davis served as the Scientific Program Chair of the 2018 NAMS Meeting. In this audiocast she highlights several clinical takeaways...