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By Hans Peter Dietz, Lennox P.J. Hoyte, Anneke B. Steensma

Ultrasound has changed X-ray because the major imaging modality for the prognosis of pelvic flooring problems within the woman. newest advancements - quantity distinction, speckle relief and multi-slice imaging - have markedly greater spatial answer and simplicity of use, with the end result that ultrasound now allows inexpensive and non-invasive demonstration of bladder neck and pelvic organ mobility, vaginal, urethral and levator ani functionality and anatomy, and anorectal anatomy.

"Atlas of Pelvic ground Ultrasound" presents an creation to pelvic flooring imaging, in addition to a source for use in the course of preliminary and extra complex perform. due to the aid of GE clinical Ultrasound, the mixing of 4D View software program and quantity facts for offline research at the accompanying DVD offers an easy and handy ability to coach trend popularity and quantitative analysis.

This atlas is a useful source for gynecologists, urogynecologists, girl urologists, sonologists, radiologists, and physiotherapists.

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Transvaginal endosonography: a new method to study the anatomy of the lower urinary tract in urinary stress incontinence. Br J Urol 1988;62(5):414–418. 7. Wise BG, Burton G, Cutner A, Cardozo LD. Effect of vaginal ultrasound probe on lower urinary tract function. Br J Urol 1992;70(1):12–16. 8. Rahmanou P, Chaliha C, Khullar V. Role of imaging in urogynaecology. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 2004;111(S1):24–32. 9. Toozs-Hobson P, Khullar V, Cardozo L. Three-dimensional ultrasound: a novel technique for investigating the urethral sphincter in the third trimester of pregnancy.

P. 7. 4) as demonstrated by TUI. 5 mm each, in a nulliparous patient with normal pelvic floor function and anatomy. 7 demonstrates TUI findings in a patient with major bilateral avulsion injury of the pubovisceral muscle after rotational forceps delivery. The presence and extent of injuries is evident at a glance from one printout or fi lm, without requiring any further manipulation of data, just as it is familiar to all of us from radiologic cross-sectional techniques. It is likely that such techniques will help with the standardization of assessment methods and allow more accurate classification and quantification of morphologic abnormalities.

4–6 Parasagittal and coronal plane imaging have not been reported which may be attributable to the fact that there are no obvious points of reference, as opposed to the convenient reference point of the symphysis pubis on midsagittal views. 3 shows a comparison of axial views of the levator hiatus on MRI and 3D ultrasound in a young nulliparous volunteer. Imaging planes on 3D ultrasound can be varied in a completely arbitrary manner to enhance the visibility of a given anatomic structure, either at the time of acquisition or offline at a later time.

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