Saturday, 25 February 2017
Gynecological Reconstructive Surgery
WHAT IS UTERO-RECTAL PROLAPSE?
The uterus (womb) and/or rectum (end of large intestine that hold feces before defecation) can prolapse (fall through) the vaginal opening or anal opening. This can happen because of weakness in the muscles that form the floor (Pelvic Floor Muscles) and holds them up into the pelvic cavity (small room/space below the abdominal cavity) by these muscles contracting. The floor may become weak, because of Old Age or Disease.
We have successfully reconstructed the supporting structures in an 87-Year-Old Woman with Utero-Rectal Prolapse, due to Old Age (reported below).
The Normal Anatomy of the Female Pelvis (Pelvic Organs).
Note the Black Line (Level) of Pelvic Muscles that forms the floor (Below), supports & holds the Urinary Bladder, the Uterus & the Rectum above and in place, without them collapsing down & outwards.
Prolapsed Uterus (Uterus or Womb falling through & out through the vaginal canal, inside out)
Prolapsed Rectum (Part of or the end of the large intestine, falling through & out the anal canal opening, inside out)
RECONSTRUCTION OF UETRO-RECTAL PROLAPSE (HERNIATION) IN AN 87-YEAR- OLD WOMAN
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