Multiorgan female pelvic prolapse: Pelvic Organ Prolapse Suspension (P.O.P.S.) Stapled Transanal Rectale Resection (S.T.A.R.R.) New surgical tecniques and results


COD: 06_2013_711-713 Categorie: ,

Francesco Ceci, Erasmo Spaziani, Giovanni Casciaro, Sergio Corelli, Annunziata Martellucci, Annarita Costantino, Sara Nicodemi, Marcello Avallone, Silvia Orsini, Antonella Tudisco, Francesco Aiuti, Franco Stagnitti

Ann. Ital. Chir., 2013 84: 711-713

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AIM: To demonstrate the surgical treatment validity and the post-operative complication decrease.
MATERIAL OF STUDY: Seventythree women who underwent P.O.P.S. + S.T.A.R.R. treatment, follow-up one year. RESULTS: We observed an important reduction or a completely disappearance about pre-operative signs and symptoms.
DISCUSSION:We are aware that the proposed technique, if taken into account by urogynecologists, will raise several arguments and will raise many doubts and perplexities. For this reason we wanted develop a follow-up sufficiently long and many case studies with data to support our claims.
CONCLUSIONS: We believe that the procedure proposed by us, given the results, was excellent in patients with multiorgan pelvic prolapse, especially with the vagina walls elongated and that retain a good trophism.