Is it necessary to remove the uterus in uterine prolapse surgeries? The anterior wall of the vagina is adjacent to the bladder, the posterior wall is adjacent to the large intestine, and the vault part forms the cervix. In cases of genital prolapse, one or few of these walls prolapse...
Endofast, the herniation of vagina as a result of being pushed out by the surrounding tissue and organs is called genital organ prolapse. The anterior wall of the vagina is adjacent to the bladder, and its vault is adjacent to the uterus, and the posterior wall is adjacent to...
LAPAROSCOPIC (CLOSED SURGERY) CORRECTION OF GENITAL PROLAPSE: (LAPAROSCOPIC SACROCOLPOPEXY) Uterine prolapse is one of the most common diseases and its treatment is surgery. In patients with prolapsed uterus, the uterus and prolapsed organs are suspended on the pelvic wall or on the sacral bone without removing the uterus. In the...
Correction of Genital Prolapse with Robotic Surgery (Robotic Sacrocolpopexy) Hysterectomy (removal of uterus) is the most commonly performed surgery in gynecology.  In some patients, the vaginal vault prolapses out of the vagina after this surgery, and in advanced cases, the vagina turns inside out like a balloon and protrude outside....
  Genital organ prolapse refers to the prolapse of vaginal anterior wall adjacent to the bladder together with bladder, uterus and/or last portion of the large intestine adjacent to the posterior vaginal wall out of vagina. The prolapsed part usually pulls down the other parts of the vagina, causing in...
Uterine prolapse is a condition in which the sexual organ slips out of its normal position. In general, not only the uterus prolapses, but also the bladder and the end of the large intestine prolapse. Surgical treatment is the last treatment option for such problems. In case that the prolapsed...
Closed hysterectomy, in other words, laparoscopic hysterectomy is a surgical method that was first performed in 1989 and not considered as a very new method. Laparoscopy is referred to as ”closed surgery” in the community. Laparoscopic hysterectomy has become an inseparable part of modern medicine. Laparoscopy is the exploration...
Uterine prolapse is very common among women who had multiple deliveries and difficult delivery. In addition, constipation, asthma, obesity, heavy work, genetic predisposition are other causes. The most important finding is the prolapse of tissues out of the vagina. In the past, the uterus was removed, and then prolapse was...
Uterine prolapse is a disorder where uterine slips down from its area. Mostly the uterus does not slip alone. This is accompanied by the bladder in front of the womb and the last part of the large intestine. In the genital area, the organs within the pubic area have only...
When tissues and organs around the vagina push the vagina out and cause herniation, this disorder is called pelvic organ prolapse. The front wall of the vagina is adjacent to the bladder, the top is adjacent to the uterus and the back wall is adjacent to the last part...