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Beverly E. Hashimoto, MD, FACR
Pelvic Floor Imaging
Beverly E. Hashimoto, MD, FACR
05/27/2019 | Time : 28 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses imaging of pelvic floor pathology. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to review normal sonographic anatomy of the female pelvis using the transperineal approach, recognize the sonographic appearance of suburethral slings and mesh, identify abnormal sonographic conditions which may cause urinary dysfunction and recognize the sonographic appearance of post-operative complications after surgery for pelvic floor disorders.

Topics mentioned in this video : Pelvic floor disorders, US equipment, Normal female anatomy, Sonographic appearance of surgical slings, Types of findings, Post-op complications, Imaging findings with complications, Role of MRI

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Keywords : 3DUS, cystocele, dyspareunia, Kegel maneuver, kit, maneuver, pelvic floor disorders, pelvic organ prolapse, PFD, POP, rectocele, rectum, retropubic tape sling, stress urinary incontinence, SUI, symphysis pubis, transobturator tape sling, transperineal US, transvaginal US, urethra, urethral diverticulum, urethral sling, urethral-vaginal fistula, urinary bladder funneling, uterine prolapse, vagina, vaginal mesh, valsalva

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