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PFDPersonal Flotation Device
PFDPrimary Flight Display
PFDProgram for Faculty Development (McMaster University; Canada)
PFDPublic Facilities District (various locations)
PFDPermanent Fund Dividend
PFDPelvic Floor Disorder
PFDPrairie Farms Dairy (Carlinville, IL)
PFDPattern File Disk
PFDPrefast for Drivers
PFDProduct Function Definition
PFDPrintout Format Definition
PFDProposal for Decision (public utility proposal)
PFDProcess Flow Diagram
PFDPfund (German: Pounds)
PFDPrion-Forming Domain (proteins)
PFDPower Flux Density (electrical engineering)
PFDPhase Frequency Detector (electronics)
PFDPrimary Frontal Dune (flooding)
PFDProposed Final Draft
PFDProbability of Failure on Demand
PFDPelvic Floor Dysfunction
PFDPhoenix Fire Department (Phoenix, AZ)
PFDPhiladelphia Fire Department
PFDPartners for Development (Silver Spring, MD)
PFDPrepared For Dyeing
PFDParker Fire District (Parker, CO)
PFDPublic Forum Debate
PFDPolyostotic Fibrous Dysplasia
PFDProgrammable Frequency Divider
PFDPrivolzhsky Federal District (Russia; aka Volga Region)
PFDPresent For Duty
PFDPortland Fire Department
PFDPersonal, Fatigue and Delay
PFDPhysical Facilities Department
PFDPhysical Fitness Diagnostic (US Air Force ROTC)
PFDPartnerships for Finance and Development
PFDPartido Fuerza Democrática (Democratic Force Party, Costa Rica)
PFDPhase Frequency Discriminator
PFDProcess Flow Design
PFDPartial Fractions Decomposition (calculus)
PFDProduction, Fielding/Deployment
PFDPreparation for Demonstration
PFDPresidio Fire Department
PFDPatron Fare Display
PFDPittsburgh Fire Department
PFDPassive Frequency Doubler
PFDPseudoinflammatory Fundus Dystrophy
PFDPenticton Fire Department
PFDPromo-Femmes/Développement Sport (Burkina Faso)
PFDProbability-of-error Fault Detection
PFDPolicy Formulation Division (DCAA)
PFDPlug Flow with Dispersion (environmental science)
PFDPuyallup Fire Department (Washington)
PFDPlandome Fire Department (Plandome, NY)
PFDProfit from Differences
PFDPropellant Fill Drain Valve
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References in periodicals archive ?
CHILDBIRTH IS A COMMON CAUSE OF PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION EVERY woman needs to do pelvic floor exercises after having a baby - whether they had a vaginal delivery or a caesarean section.
FOTO data include patient demographic variables (i.e., age, sex, symptom acuity, surgical history, number of comorbid conditions, exercise history, and payer source) and data on pelvic floor dysfunction. When pelvic floor dysfunction surveys are administered, patients completing the surveys are instructed to select disorders that might apply to them (i.e., urinary, bowel, and pelvic pain).
An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA)/International Continence Society (ICS) joint report on the terminology for female pelvic floor dysfunction. Int Urogynecol J 2010;21:5-26.
Urinary incontinence and other pelvic floor dysfunctions in female athletes in Brazil: a cross-sectional study.
Corton, "Anatomy of pelvic floor dysfunction," Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America, vol.
Dwyer, "Polypropylene mesh slings and cancer: An incidental finding or association?" International Urogynecology Journal and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, vol.
According to the National Institutes of Health, about 25 percent of women and 10 percent of men are affected by pelvic floor dysfunction.
22, 2017 in the journal PLOS ONE confirmed a lower activity level among women with UI: Study participants (women ages 48 to 55) who had pelvic floor dysfunction (a contributing cause of UI) reported engaging in fewer moderate-to-vigorous-intensity physical activities than women without pelvic floor dysfunction.
And many of the patients who are diagnosed with IC / BPS are found not to have bladder pathology as the name implies, but rather pelvic floor dysfunction. That the bladder is often an innocent bystander to a larger process means that, as clinicians, we must be thoughtful and astute about our diagnostic process.
Can pelvic floor dysfunction after vaginal birth be prevented?