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Management of endometriosis: CNGOF/HAS clinical practice guidelines - Short version.
Human epidemiological evidence about the associations between exposure to organochlorine chemicals and endometriosis: Systematic review and meta-analysis.
Adverse pregnancy and neo-natal outcomes after assisted reproductive treatment in patients with pelvic endometriosis: a case-control study.
Ciliary ganglion afferents and efferents variations: a possible explanation of postganglionic mydriasis
The absence of identifiable parasympathetic root, resulting in a close relationship between ciliary ganglion and the inferior branch of the oculomotor nerve, could be a possible explanation of postganglionic mydriasis following blow-out orbital floor fracture or surgical repair of this type of fracture.
Clinical Criteria of Central Sensitization in Chronic Pelvic and Perineal Pain (Convergences PP Criteria): Elaboration of a Clinical Evaluation Tool Based on Formal Expert Consensus
This study elaboration of a clinical evaluation tool designed to identify and appropriately manage patients with CPP comprising a sensitization component.
Entrapment of the posterior femoral cutaneous nerve and its inferior cluneal branches: anatomical basis of surgery for inferior cluneal neuralgia
- S. Ploteau, C. Salaud, Ahmed Hamel, R. Robert
- Medicine, BiologySurgical and Radiologic Anatomy
- 24 February 2017
Cluneal neuralgia constitutes a distinct entity of perineal pain, which must be identified and distinguished from pudendal Neuralgia, and surgery should be performed via a transgluteal approach.
Botulinum toxin infiltrations versus local anaesthetic infiltrations in pelvic floor myofascial pain: multicentre, randomized, double-blind study.
Repeated Ganglion Impar Block in a Cohort of 83 Patients with Chronic Pelvic and Perineal Pain.
Repeated ganglion impar blocks allowed short-term reduction of pain intensity with a moderate intermediate-term effect and appears to be a useful therapeutic target to block the nociceptive message by acting on sensitization phenomena.
Anatomical Variants of the Pudendal Nerve Observed during a Transgluteal Surgical Approach in a Population of Patients with Pudendal Neuralgia.
This is the first study to describe the surgical anatomy of the pUDendal nerve in a population of patients with pudendal neuralgia and it is believed that a transgluteal approach is the most suitable surgical approach for safe pudENDal nerve decompression by allowing constant visual control of the nerve.