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Feasibility of bilateral sacrospinous ligament vaginal suspension with a stapler.
In our Capio TVM group, there were no complaints of pain at the skin incision sites but most patients felt deep-seated pain in the hip region, which corresponded to the part of the sacrospinous ligament where the mesh arms were fixed by the Capio device.
Sacrospinous ligament fixation for eversion of vagina.
Radiographic signs of instability include: sacroiliac displacement of greater than 0.5 mm in any plane; a posterior fracture gap; or avulsion of the fifth lumbar transverse process, the lateral border of the sacrum (implying a tear in the sacrotuberous ligament), or the ischial spine (implying a tear in the sacrospinous ligament).
Further modification of force transmission may also occur via its relationship with the dorsal sacroiliac and sacrospinous ligaments.
Apical native tissue repairs include reconstructive procedures, such as sacrospinous ligament suspension (SSLS) or uterosacral ligament suspension (USLS), and obliterative procedures, such as colpocleisis.
Posterior fringes were fixated to both cardinals and sacro uterine ligaments were fixated to bilateral sacrospinous ligament, using suturing Guide (Capioslim Boston Scientific).
Various surgical techniques for prolapse surgery using laparotomy, laparoscopy, and vaginal surgery, including colporrhaphy (with or without mesh placement), sacrospinous ligament fixation, abdominal sacrocolpopexy (ASC), high sacrouterine ligament fixation, and colpocleisis have been used.5
For the nonmesh group, we performed traditional colporrhaphy for posterior pelvic floor, but reinforced the anterior and the apical pelvic floor using the modified pelvic floor reconstructive surgical method [sup][8] or sacrospinous ligament fixation (SSLF).