http://fccdl.in/YD4LIkrEgNext call October 14, 2015
Sunday, September 13, 2015
Pelvic PT distance journal club Sept 2, 2015
Aim: The goal of this study was to determine if vaginal shape was related to pelvic floor weakness.
Design: Population: This study was done retrospectively using images from a radiology database of 32 women who were referred for pelvic floor imaging between 1998 and 2007. The same data was collected from the radiology database for a control group of 44 women who were referred for pelvic floor imaging for the following health concerns: fibroids, adnexal mass, nongynecological caner or mass, pelvic pain, endometrial evaluation, gynecological caner and retrovaginal fistula.
Pelvic PT Distance Journal Club Sept 2, 2015
Aim: To determine the changes in pelvic floor morphology, specifically of the levator hiatus and the bladder neck, during and after pregnancy for women delivery vaginally and having cesarean sections.
Design: An observational, longitudinally study using ultrasonography to exam women’s pelvic floor changes at 21 and 37 weeks pregnant and 6 weeks, 6 months and 12 months postpartum.