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Figures in Original Article by NADER GAD, MAAIKE MOLLER

Preliminary retrospective case series study of the outcome of Prolift™ technique in thirty women with pelvic organ prolapse including its effect on stress urinary incontinence.

Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology Royal Darwin Hospital, Darwin, Australia

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patients in each age group

Fig. 1. – Number of patients in each age group.



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Numbers and types of Prolift procedures performed

Fig. 2. Numbers and types of Prolift procedures performed.
A= Total Prolift and Uterine Conservation , B = Total Prolift and Hysterectomy, C = Total Prolift for vaginal vault support and anterior and posterior compartment repair, D = Posterior Prolift for vault prolapse and posterior compartment repair, E = Posterior Prolift for posterior compartment repair and uterine conservation, F = Posterior Prolift for posterior compartment repair and hysterectomy.





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presenting symptoms

Fig. 3. – The presenting symptoms. A = Urinary symptoms, B = Feeling bulge, C = Bowel symptoms, D = Vaginal bleeding, including discharge, E = Sexual problems, F = Other - pain, embarrassing noise.



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