Pelvic Organ Prolapse Quantification System (POP–Q) – a new era in pelvic prolapse staging

@inproceedings{Persu2011PelvicOP,
  title={Pelvic Organ Prolapse Quantification System 
(POP–Q) – a new era in pelvic prolapse staging
},
  author={C Persu and CR Chapple and Victor Cauni and S Gutue and Petrişor Aurelian Geavlete},
  booktitle={Journal of medicine and life},
  year={2011}
}
The prolapse of one or several pelvic organs is a condition that has been known by medicine since its early days, and different therapeutic approaches have been proposed and accepted. But one of the main problems concerning the prolapse of pelvic organs is the need for a universal, clear and reliable staging method.Because the prolapse has been known and recognized as a disease for more than one hundred years, so are different systems proposed for its staging. But none has proved itself to… CONTINUE READING
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