What is perineorrhaphy procedure?

What is perineorrhaphy procedure?

Perineorrhaphy means suturing of the perineum, and is sometimes used synonymously with perineoplasty, which means surgical repair of the perineum. Many textbooks describe a perineorrhaphy as approximation of the perineal body in some fashion [1, 2].

What is a Colpocleisis procedure?

A colpocleisis (vaginal closure) is a surgical treatment option for pelvic organ prolapse in which the length of the vaginal canal is shortened. It is performed through the vagina and does not require any abdominal incisions. The surgery and recovery are very quick.

How can I rebuild my vaginal walls?

Your surgeon will:

  1. Make a surgical cut through the front wall of your vagina.
  2. Move your bladder back to its normal location.
  3. May fold your vagina, or cut away part of it.
  4. Put sutures (stitches) in the tissue between your vagina and bladder.
  5. Place a patch between your bladder and vagina.

What is meant by hymen reconstruction surgery?

Hymenoplasty is the reconstruction of the broken hymen. Hymen is usually broken after sexual intercourse. The operation aims at reconstructing it without visible scars.

What is a Le Fort Colpocleisis?

Le Fort colpocleisis is performed vaginally in women who develop uterovaginal prolapse (prolapse of the cervix, uterus and vagina). It involves removing the vaginal epithelium (lining of the vagina) with subsequent closure of the vagina.

What is A & P repair surgery?

Anterior and posterior repair (known as colporrhaphy), is a type of reconstructive surgery that can restore the look and function of your pelvic organs when they have fallen out of their normal positions.

How is Cystocele repair done?

Cystocele repair surgery is done through a small incision (surgical cut) in your vaginal wall. If a sling is being placed, your surgeon will make 2 smaller incisions on your lower abdomen (belly) or inner thigh.

What is Sacrocolpopexy procedure?

A sacrocolpopexy is a surgical procedure used to treat pelvic organ prolapse, which is caused by a weakening of the normal support of the pelvic floor. The surgery and recovery are described.

What is Obliterative surgery?

Two types of surgery treat this condition: Obliterative surgery. This procedure narrows or closes the vagina to support the pelvic organs. Reconstructive surgery. This procedure moves the uterus and other organs back into their original position, and then supports them.

How are sutures used to support the vagina?

Sutures provide reinforcement of the weakened vaginal tissue. An additional stitch may be required at the top of the vagina or into the cervix to support the vagina or uterus from the sacrospinous ligament. For some women with complex prolapse, surgery may be reinforced with tissue taken through a small incision from the thigh (fascia lata).

What kind of surgery is used for vaginal prolapse?

Vaginal repair using sutures (mesh free surgery) Vaginal repair using sutures or stitches to repair the prolapsed vaginal tissues is the commonest form of prolapse surgery. Repairing a prolapse with sutures is often referred to as a colporrhaphy and uses a patient’s own native tissue. No mesh is used in this surgery.

How is the posterior wall of the vagina repaired?

A posterior repair, also known as a posterior colporrhaphy, is a surgical procedure to repair or reinforce the fascial support layer between the rectum and the vagina. A perineorrhaphy is the term used for the operation that repairs the perineal body. The perineal body (the supporting tissue between vaginal and anal openings)…

What is the name for the weakness of the back wall of the vagina?

Other names for the weakness of the back wall of the vagina include rectocele and enterocele. What is a posterior repair/perineal body repair? A posterior repair, also known as a posterior colporrhaphy, is a surgical procedure to repair or reinforce the fascial support layer between the rectum and the vagina.