The effect of uterovaginal
prolapse on urethrovesical pressure dynamics.
A 62-year-old female with a medical history of mild uterovaginal
(UV) prolapse, diabetes mellitus type 2, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and ureteral stones initially presented to a local Singapore emergency department (ED) with severe abdominal pain.
A series of NT injections to the uterovaginal
plexus, thyroid gland, and adenoids was administered.
Uterine preservation during surgery for uterovaginal
prolapse: a review.
Sexual function after hysterectomy with different techniques has been questioned in several trials and generally it was thought that injury to the uterovaginal
plexus during hysterectomy might interfere with the neuronal support of vagina, which leads to affected orgasm and lubrication(14,15).
However, in some cases where the patient has stage 1 to stage 4 uterovaginal
prolapse, adjunct vaginal apex support is necessary.
A pathogenic factor in uterovaginal
prolapse and urinary stress
Abdominal Sacrohysteropexy in Young Women with Uterovaginal
There are the young, sexually active women with uterovaginal
procidentia where an endoscopic approach for sacral colpopexy might be considered.
1] There are three degrees of uterovaginal
malformation, (7) infection with actinomycosis due to intrauterine devices, (8) curettage, difficult vaginal delivery, or use of forceps may be the other causes.
(UV) prolapse is preventable but still common indication for Vaginal Hysterectomy (VH).