rectocele


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protrusion or herniation of the rectum into the vagina

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Techniques of rectocele repair and their effects on bowel function.
For a patient with a small rectocele, I would advise repair with native tissue, and a second surgery with augmentation if the initial repair fails.
13-16) Although no longterm prospective trials are available, anatomic cure rates after isolated rectocele repair are relatively high and typically exceed 85%.
The risk of cystocele, rectocele, and uterine prolapse increased 30%-70% in overweight and obese women, compared with women who had a normal BMI at baseline, Dr.
FOR rectocele, discomfort on moving the bowels and difficulty in passing a stool.
Several abdominal surgeries, including a rectocele repair, made my daily movements inconsistent and sometimes challenging.
She has a class 4 cystocele, a rectocele and a weak anal sphincter.
to support the urethra and posterior vaginal fornix art, already sets the surgical treatment of cystocele and rectocele, hernia mesh, staples, equipment for vessel sealing hemostatic system, clips for clipping and sewing tools for SPZOZ MSW in.
A rectocele is fundamentally a defect in the rectovaginal septum, not the rectum, and the size does not correlate with the amount of functional derangement.
Traditionally this dissection has been described through a posterior vaginal mucosal incision associated with rectocele repair.
There are many differential diagnoses of IBS, including inflammatory bowel disease such as Crohn's Disease and ulcerative colitis, bowel cancer, coeliac disease, endometriosis, gastroesophageal reflux and rectocele.
Among the causes of constipation are paradoxical puborectalis contraction, rectocele, and pelvic floor failure, including rectal prolapse and rectoanal intussusception, but sometimes the cause can be as simple as a lack of fiber and water in the diet, she said.
5 (18-42) months; 22 of 40 (55%) patients did not have significant prolapse: 14 patients had no prolapse, and 8 patients had a grade I cystocele and/or rectocele; 18 of 40 (45%) patients did have "significant prolapse": 8 recurrent cystoceles (4 grade II/4 grade III), 6 recurrent rectoceles (2 grade II/4 grade III), and 3 had both a grade II cystocele and rectocele.
Evaluation includes a physical examination looking for "over correction," hypermobility, cystocele, enterocele, rectocele or uterine prolapse.