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Anatomical and functional outcomes after hysterectomy and bilateral sacrospinous ligament fixation for stage IV uterovaginal prolapse: a prospective case series
Aim of this study is to examine pelvic floor symptoms, anatomical results and patients' satisfaction after sacrospinous vaginal fixation for stage 4 pelvic organ prolapse. All patients with stage 4 pelvic organ prolapse were treated with vaginal hysterectomy, native tissue cystocele and rectocele repair and bilateral sacrospinous vaginal fixation. Anatomical and functional outcomes according to the POPq classification system and the German version of the Australian pelvic floor questionnairedoi:10.1186/s12894-020-00694-3 pmid:32814553 fatcat:vwwbtgf4eje4lket3322znmtsi