Computed tomography comparison of bony pelvis dimensions between women with and without genital prolapse.

@article{Sze1999ComputedTC,
  title={Computed tomography comparison of bony pelvis dimensions between women with and without genital prolapse.},
  author={Eddie H. M. Sze and Neeraj Kohli and John R. Miklos and T W Roat and Mickey M. Karram},
  journal={Obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1999},
  volume={93 2},
  pages={229-32}
}
OBJECTIVE To compare bony pelvis dimensions between white women with and without genital prolapse using computed tomography (CT) pelvimetry. METHODS Thirty-four multiparous white women with vaginal prolapse beyond the hymen and 34 matched white controls with no signs or symptoms of pelvic support defects underwent CT pelvimetry. The anteroposterior and transverse diameters of the pelvic inlet, the interspinous diameter of the midpelvis, and the intertuberous diameter of the pelvic outlet were… CONTINUE READING

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