Prospective multicenter trial assessing type I, polypropylene mesh placed via transobturator route for the treatment of anterior vaginal prolapse with 2-year follow-up

@article{Moore2009ProspectiveMT,
  title={Prospective multicenter trial assessing type I, polypropylene mesh placed via transobturator route for the treatment of anterior vaginal prolapse with 2-year follow-up},
  author={Robert D. Moore and Roger D. Beyer and Karny Jacoby and Sheldon J. Freedman and Kurt A. McCammon and Mike T. Gambla},
  journal={International Urogynecology Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={21},
  pages={545-552}
}
Two-year outcomes of treating cystocele with a polypropylene mesh (Perigee System® with IntePro®, AMS, Inc.) placed via a transobturator approach are reported. A prospective, multicenter trial was conducted evaluating 114 women with ≥ stage II anterior wall prolapse defined using International Continence Society guidelines. Treatment success was defined as anterior stage ≤ I at a 24-month follow-up. Quality of life questionnaires were administered at baseline and follow-up. Complications were… CONTINUE READING
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