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Diagnostik und Therapie des Vaginalstumpfprolapses

  • U. Haller

Zusammenfassung

Der Vaginalstumpfprolaps ist eine seltene Spätkomplikation der vaginalen oder abdominalen Hysterektomie. Es ist schwierig die Häufigkeit dieses Ereignisses zu erfassen; sie liegt bei der heute adäquaten Operationstechnik zwischen 0,2 und 1–2%. Der Vaginalstumpfprolaps wird von der Patientin meist als sehr lästig empfunden, er führt zu Störungen beim Sitzen, beim Gehen und auch beim Geschlechtsverkehr. Oft beeinträchtigt er auch die Blasenfunktion und führt zu rezidivierenden Harnwegsinfekten, in seltenen Fällen durch Knickung der Ureteren auch zu Abflußstörungen der Nieren.

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