Utero-vaginal suspension using bilateral vaginal anterior sacrospinous fixation with mesh: intermediate results of a cohort study View Full Text


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2015-05-31

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Vincent Letouzey, Daniela Ulrich, Eva Balenbois, Arnaud Cornille, Renaud de Tayrac, Brigitte Fatton

ABSTRACT

Introduction and hypothesisPelvic organ prolapse is a major burden for the public health system, affecting up to 30 % of all women. One mesh kit has been introduced for pelvic organ prolapse surgery that can be inserted via a single anterior incision with the mesh arms driven through the sacrospinous ligament in a tension-free manner. The aim of this study was to describe the medium-term results of this vaginal mesh kit procedure for the combined treatment of the anterior vaginal wall and vault prolapse.MethodsThis is a longitudinal case series of patients undergoing an anterior mesh operation between 2009 and 2013. All patients presenting with symptomatic stage II prolapse or higher were included when a minimum follow-up of 12 months was achieved. A structured interview and clinical examination were performed pre- and postoperatively.ResultsOne hundred and eighteen consecutive patients were operated with the Uphold® system during the study period. Three patients did not complete the 12-month follow-up and were excluded from the analysis, leaving 115 patients. Anatomical success at a mean follow-up of 23 months was 93 %, with a patient satisfaction rate of 95 %. Four patients (8 %) experienced de novo dyspareunia related to the mesh. The reoperation rate for mesh-related complications was 3.4 %; no patients were re-operated for POP recurrence.ConclusionsThe subjective and objective cure rates were high and the mesh-related re-operation rate was 3 % in the medium term, suggesting that this surgical technique may be an option for women requiring anterior and apical prolapse repair. More... »

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