ABDOMINAL SUSPENSION OPERATION FOR UTERO-VAGINAL PROLAPSE USING AUTOLOGOUS FACIAL SLING OF RECTUS SHEATH
AbstractBackground: Our purpose was to evaluate the result of abdominal suspension operation using an autologous facialsling for uterovaginal prolapse. Methods: Retrospective case record analysis was performed of total of 16-youngpatients with low parity at Women and Children Hospital Abbottabad. from 1993-1998. They were followed up to 5years on an average. Results: All 16 patients except one were successful, two patients got pregnant and had vaginaldeliveries without any complication or recurrence. Conclusions: This procedure is less time consuming withnegligible blood loss and has good results.
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