Laparoscopic nerve-sparing transperitoneal approach for endometriosis infiltrating the pelvic wall
and somatic nerves: anatomical considerations and surgical technique.
These structures are attached to the abdominal and pelvic wall
by connective tissue, the adventitia, which blends with the connective tissue of the wall (2).
For years, surgeons have used the plastic mesh to help strengthen the pelvic wall
and treat the condition, which is common among mothers and older women.
Stage II Cervical carcinoma invades beyond uterus but does not extend to pelvic wall
or to the lower third of the vagina.
The "walls" of such loculated fluid are the pelvic wall
itself and the surrounding organs.
Contributors treat a wide range of indications for reconstructive surgery including malignant melanoma, severe burn wounds, pressure sores, lymphedema, defects in/damage to the lower extremity, genitals, abdominal wall, chest wall, hip and pelvic wall
, and soft tissue due to skin cancer.
The operative finding was a hard mass that infiltrated the uterus and cervix with pelvic wall
Within three days she experienced various other complications of delivery, including a hematoma of the pelvic wall
Pelvic nutations, cavities, the pelvic wall
, the male and female perineum, and the physiology of labour, defecation, micturition and erection also form the discussion in this chapter.
The hip flexor muscle (iliopsoas) may be rubbing over the pelvic wall