Objective To investigate the skill,efficacy and safety of laparoscopic sacrospinous ligament fixation (LSSLF),the LSSLF technique was used as part of the vaginal repair procedure for marked uterovaginal prolapse, and in the treatment of vault prolapse.
erumei involve the presence of a large number of fontanels on angulo-articulare, connection on the eyed side of CIO sites in lacrimale and infraorbitale, and the underdevelopment of the bony vault of the sensory canal in praeoperculum.
Both the vault and base of the skull showed marked thickening and sclerosis, leaving no interlaminal zone.
The result indicates that the settlement values of the vault derived from coupling analysis are bigger when considering the seepage flow effect than that not considering.
However, limited research and reporting exist regarding its benefit in the treatment of vaginal vault prolapse and urinary incontinence.
New and evolving treatments, however, have emerged, focusing on robotic sacrocolpopexy for the treatment for posthysterectomy vaginal vault prolapse.