Dynamic translabial ultrasound versus echodefecography combined with the endovaginal approach to assess pelvic floor dysfunctions: How effective are these techniques?

@article{MuradRegadas2017DynamicTU,
  title={Dynamic translabial ultrasound versus echodefecography combined with the endovaginal approach to assess pelvic floor dysfunctions: How effective are these techniques?},
  author={Sthela Maria Murad-Regadas and Sara Arcanjo Lino Karbage and Laenne Sarinho Bezerra and Francisco Sergio P Regadas and Ant{\'o}nio Vilarinho and Leandro Bezerra Borges and Francisco Sergio P Regadas Filho and Lara Burlamaqui Veras},
  journal={Techniques in Coloproctology},
  year={2017},
  volume={21},
  pages={555-565}
}
AbstractBackground The aim of this study was to evaluate the role of dynamic translabial ultrasound (TLUS) in the assessment of pelvic floor dysfunction and compare the results with echodefecography (EDF) combined with the endovaginal approach.Methods Consecutive female patients with pelvic floor dysfunction were eligible. Each patient was assessed with EDF combined with the endovaginal approach and TLUS. The diagnostic accuracy of the TLUS was evaluated using the results of EDF as the standard… CONTINUE READING
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