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TITLE:

ADAPTED SLING TECHNIQUE FOR CURE OF UTEROVAGINAL PROLAPSE

AUTHORS:

Asfand Yar Ahmad Sheikh, Aimen Khan Tareen, Maria Hussain Bangash

ABSTRACT:

Background: Uterovaginal prolapse cure through operation remains problematic technique. Objective: The objective of our research remained to measure significances of changed suspend procedure attained for treatment of utero-vaginal prolapse. Methodology: This was a short-term cross-sectional research which remained led on the patient’s sequence of 25 cases desiring to reservation their richness at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore from March 2017 to September 2017. Information remained examined through using SPSS 21. The consequence procedures remained persistent gratification, achievement of process also difficulties connected to process. Enclosure standards remained young cases of 21-41 years of age, that required to recollect its fruitfulness, also with 1st also 2nd grade genital prolapse. Overweight case, case by age >41 years also cases not appropriate for operation remained excepted. Results: Altogether 25 cases remained positively functioned solitary one cases industrialized temperature in postoperative historical in addition one cases in total 25, established reappearance of prolapse. Here remained not any main intra-operative also postoperative difficulty. Conclusion: This adapted suspend process remained originate to remain an informal technique through insignificant blood damage, fewer problems, fewer period overwhelming also decent outcomes. Populaces may similarly accomplish this. Keywords: Uterovaginal prolapse, Adapted sting process, Accomplishment Difficulties.

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