Laparoscopic Treatment of Uterine and Vault Prolapse

  • Arnaud Wattiez
  • Reinaldo Goldchmit
  • Stephen Chew
  • Michel Canis
  • Gérard Mage
  • Jean-Luc Pouly
  • Maurice-Antoine Bruhat

Abstract

Urogenital prolapse is a frequent functional pathology resulting mainly from loss of tone and laxity of pelvic supports due to deliveries and ageing.1,2 Obesity, pulmonary pathologies that increase intra-abdominal pressure and huge myomatous uteri may also be contributory.

Keywords

Obesity Catheter Perforation Canis Enterocele 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Arnaud Wattiez
  • Reinaldo Goldchmit
  • Stephen Chew
  • Michel Canis
  • Gérard Mage
  • Jean-Luc Pouly
  • Maurice-Antoine Bruhat

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