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Dynamic pelvic floor MRI in the exploration of pelvic floor disorders

With the assistance of Dr. Jonathan Ifergan,  Radiologist. The genital prolapse in women, is a pelvic floor disorder commonly called “descent of genital organs” (bladder, uterus & later on the rectum). It affects approximately 10-20% of women during their life, impacting 30% of post-menopausal women . The pathology is rapidly expanding, particularly due to growth

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Genital prolapse treatment

Kinesitherapy is however efficient and must be praticed in cases of urinary incontinence among women, when this incontinence is isolated and not associated with genital prolapse. It mostly consists of manual re-education, but equally and above all is based on sphinter electrical stimulation helped by a personal endo-vaginal probe, coupled with biofeedback, and carried out

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Large cystocele without rectocele.

Diagnosis of pelvic organs prolapse

The colpocystogram is an x-ray of the prolapse obtained by shielding the pelvic organs. It allows each element to be examined because each has to be treated. Two images are made, one in a relaxed position, the other in maximum effort. Subsequently, on graph paper, the bone contours (pubis and sacrum) are superposed and one

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Genital prolapse

Risks and warning signs of genital prolapse

This is the permanent station erected only on the lower limbs, the most characteristic of the human species, which is the origin of this disease. Anthropomorphous apes “pongids” from Africa or Asia (chimpanzee, gorilla, orangutan), without tail, have a skeleton that bares some human resemblance in its morphology. But here the locomotion is most often

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Normal anatomy of the female pelvis

The causes of pelvic organs prolapse

It occupies the inner part of the pelvis of the woman, which is a cavity situated below the abdomen and is bounded by the bone frame of the pelvis The uterus, flanked on each side by annexes (Fallopian tubes and ovaries) occupies the central part of that pelvic cavity. Uterus, Fallopian tubes and ovaries are

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