Adaptation of Pelvic Organ Prolapse Guideline in Iranian Adult Women

Parvin Bastani, Fateme Mallah, Leili Rasouli Fard

Abstract


Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a common disease which present as symptomatic descent of the anterior or posterior vaginal wall prolapse, uterus or apical prolapse subsequent to hysterectomy, and entrocele. Since, social and cultural factors have impact on interval between symptoms incidence and seek for medical care, diagnosis method and treatment process, it was important to prepare a guideline for management of the Iranian women with POP.


Keywords


Pelvic Organ Prolapses, Anteroposterior Colporaphy, Colpoclysis

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