15 Hammock hypothesisThis “hammock hypothesis” suggests that the tissues under the urethra provide a hammock of support to compress it and keep it closed when intra-abdominal pressure rises. The underlying urethral support consists of the pubocervical adventitia/fascia and vagina, which are attached laterally to the pubic bone via the arcus tendineus fasciae pelvis and levator ani muscle DeLancey 1994
16 Αποτελέσματα δυσλειτουργίας του πυελικού εδάφους Ακράτεια κοπράνωνΠρόπτωσηΑκράτεια ούρων
22 Ηλικία Αντικατάσταση μυϊκών ινών από ίνες κολλαγόνου Μείωση αριθμού και διαμέτρου μυϊκών ινώνΟιστρογονικοί υποδοχείς στον ηβοκοκκυγικό μυΑπονεύρωση πυελικού εδάφους
23 Management of genital prolapse Ranee Thakar, subspecialty trainee in urogynaecology and Stuart Stanton, professor of pelvic reconstruction and urogynaecologyDepartment of Urogynaecology, St George's Hospital, LondonBMJ May 25; 324(7348): 1258–1262The Functional Anatomy of the Female Pelvic Floor and Stress Continence Control SystemJames A. Ashton-Miller,1 Denise Howard,2 and John O. L. DeLancey21From the Departments of Biomedical Engineering and2Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USAScand J Urol Nephrol Suppl. 2001; (207): 1–125
24 Uterine prolapseAnjum Doshani, 1 Roderick E C Teo, 1 Christopher J Mayne, 1 Douglas G Tincello1 Urogynaecology Department, Women's, Perinatal and Sexual Health Directorate, Leicester General Hospital, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Leicester LE5 4PW2 Reproductive Science Section, Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine, University of Leicester, Robert Kilpatrick Clinical Sciences Unit, Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester LE2 7LXBMJ October 20; 335(7624): 819–823Risk Factors for Urinary Incontinence among Middle-aged WomenKim N. DANFORTH, MPH, Mary K. TOWNSEND, BA, Karen LIFFORD, MD, Gary C. CURHAN, MD, ScD, Neil M. RESNICK, MD, and Francine GRODSTEIN, ScDChanning Laboratory (KND, KL, GCC, FG), Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School; Department of Epidemiology (KND, MKT, KL, GCC, FG), Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA; and Division of Geriatric Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA (NMR)Am J Obstet Gynecol February; 194(2): 339–345
25 Childbirth and pelvic floor dysfunction: An epidemiologic approach to the assessment of prevention opportunities at deliveryDivya A. Patel, PhD,a Xiao Xu, PhD,a Angela D. Thomason, MPH,b Scott B. Ransom, DO, MBA, MPH,a Julie S. Ivy, PhD,c and John O. L. DeLancey, MDba OB/GYN Health Services Research Groupb and Pelvic Floor Research Group,c Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Michigan Medical School; Operations and Management Science, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MIAm J Obstet and Gynecol 2006 July; 195(1): 23-28
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