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Multicompartmental Imaging
Rania Farouk El Sayed, MD, PhD
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Multicompartment Defects (MCDs)

  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD)

    Clinical Assessment of MCDs

    • Physical Exam

      • 3-Axis Perineal Evaluation (TAPE)

        Imaging of MCDs

        • General

          • Combined Static and Dynamic MR

            Correlative Analytic Approach

            • Data Integration

              • Treatment

                Selected References

                1. Bitti GT et al: Pelvic floor failure: MR imaging evaluation of anatomic and functional abnormalities. Radiographics. 34(2):429-48, 2014
                2. García Del Salto L et al: MR Imaging-based assessment of the female pelvic floor. Radiographics. 34(5):1417-39, 2014
                3. El Sayed RF: The urogynecological side of pelvic floor MRI: the clinician's needs and the radiologist's role. Abdom Imaging. 38(5):912-29, 2013
                4. El Sayed RF et al: Pelvic floor dysfunction: assessment with combined analysis of static and dynamic MR imaging findings. Radiology. 248(2):518-30, 2008
                5. Petros PEP: Reconstructive pelvic floor surgery according to the integral theory. In: Petros PEP: The Female Pelvic Floor Function, Dysfunction, and Management According to the Integral Theory. 2nd ed. Heidelberg: Springer. 83-167, 2007
                6. Hübner M et al: A prospective comparison between clinical outcome and open-configuration magnetic resonance defecography findings before and after surgery for symptomatic rectocele. Colorectal Dis. 8(7):605-11, 2006
                7. El Sayed RF et al: Preoperative and postoperative magnetic resonance imaging of female pelvic floor dysfunction: correlation with clinical findings. J Women’s Imaging 7:163–180, 2005
                8. Beco J et al: Perineology: a new area. Urogynaecol Int J. 17:79–86, 2003
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                Multicompartment Defects (MCDs)

                • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD)

                  Clinical Assessment of MCDs

                  • Physical Exam

                    • 3-Axis Perineal Evaluation (TAPE)

                      Imaging of MCDs

                      • General

                        • Combined Static and Dynamic MR

                          Correlative Analytic Approach

                          • Data Integration

                            • Treatment

                              Selected References

                              1. Bitti GT et al: Pelvic floor failure: MR imaging evaluation of anatomic and functional abnormalities. Radiographics. 34(2):429-48, 2014
                              2. García Del Salto L et al: MR Imaging-based assessment of the female pelvic floor. Radiographics. 34(5):1417-39, 2014
                              3. El Sayed RF: The urogynecological side of pelvic floor MRI: the clinician's needs and the radiologist's role. Abdom Imaging. 38(5):912-29, 2013
                              4. El Sayed RF et al: Pelvic floor dysfunction: assessment with combined analysis of static and dynamic MR imaging findings. Radiology. 248(2):518-30, 2008
                              5. Petros PEP: Reconstructive pelvic floor surgery according to the integral theory. In: Petros PEP: The Female Pelvic Floor Function, Dysfunction, and Management According to the Integral Theory. 2nd ed. Heidelberg: Springer. 83-167, 2007
                              6. Hübner M et al: A prospective comparison between clinical outcome and open-configuration magnetic resonance defecography findings before and after surgery for symptomatic rectocele. Colorectal Dis. 8(7):605-11, 2006
                              7. El Sayed RF et al: Preoperative and postoperative magnetic resonance imaging of female pelvic floor dysfunction: correlation with clinical findings. J Women’s Imaging 7:163–180, 2005
                              8. Beco J et al: Perineology: a new area. Urogynaecol Int J. 17:79–86, 2003