Cystocele, Urethrozelen, Enteroceles And Rectocele

These diseases represent reductions of an organ in the vaginal canal: cystocele (bladder), Urethrozelen (urethra), enterocele (intestinal and peritoneal) and rectocele (rectum). The main symptom is a fullness or pressure in the pelvis or vagina. The diagnosis is made clinically. Treatment options include pessaries, exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and surgical measures. Cystocele, Urethrocele, enterocele and rectocele occur particularly often together. A Urethrocele always occurs practically together with…

September 3, 2018
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