Medical management of pelvic relaxation.

  • L. Lewis Wall
  • Published 1993 in Current opinion in obstetrics & gynecology

Abstract

Although most gynecologists consider surgery to be the treatment of choice for pelvic relaxation, there are many non-surgical forms of therapy for this problem and conditions which it may produce, such as urinary incontinence. This review highlights the importance of properly diagnosing co-existent factors which may complicate a patient's condition, and… (More)

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