Loading...
The University of Chicago Header Logo
Keywords
Last Name
Institution

Search Results (25)

Click the Why column to see why an item matched the search.

MatchTypeWhy
A multicenter, prospective trial to evaluate mesh-augmented sacrospinous hysteropexy for uterovaginal prolapse.Academic Article Why?
A prospective randomized trial using solvent dehydrated fascia lata for the prevention of recurrent anterior vaginal wall prolapse.Academic Article Why?
Anterior or posterior sacrospinous vaginal vault suspension: long-term anatomic and functional evaluation.Academic Article Why?
Anterior sacrospinous vaginal vault suspension for prolapse.Academic Article Why?
Extrasphincteric perianal fistulae after sacrospinous fixation for apical prolapse.Academic Article Why?
Genome-wide association identifies seven loci for pelvic organ prolapse in Iceland and the UK Biobank.Academic Article Why?
Impact of hysterectomy on stress urinary incontinence: an identical twin study.Academic Article Why?
Intermediate term outcomes after transvaginal uterine-preserving surgery in women with uterovaginal prolapse.Academic Article Why?
Minimal mesh repair for apical and anterior prolapse: initial anatomical and subjective outcomes.Academic Article Why?
Postoperative pain and perceptions of recuperation after suture- and mesh-based apical sacrospinous ligament suspension.Academic Article Why?
Predictors of persistent detrusor overactivity after transvaginal sling procedures.Academic Article Why?
Recent developments in pelvic organ prolapse.Academic Article Why?
Sacrocolpopexy: a retrospective study of a clinician's experience.Academic Article Why?
Safety of Mesh for Vaginal Cystocele Repair: Analysis of National Patient Characteristics and Complications.Academic Article Why?
The development of pelvic organ prolapse following isolated Burch retropubic urethropexy.Academic Article Why?
Per Page    Page  of 2last Nextnext
Prev
Search Criteria
  • Prolapse Uterine
Filter by Type