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Volume 19, Number 6, June 2008

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Is evidence an ethic?
pp. 745-746(2)
Author: Whiteside, James

Free Content Functional outcome after sacrospinous hysteropexy for uterine descensus
pp. 747-752(6)
Authors: Dietz, Viviane; Huisman, Marieke; Jong, Joyce; Heintz, Peter; Vaart, Carl

Is parity in the eye of the beholder?
pp. 753-755(3)
Authors: Buchsbaum, Gunhilde; Duecy, Erin

Update: the “Contiform” intravaginal device in four sizes for the treatment of stress incontinence
pp. 757-761(5)
Authors: Allen, W.; Leek, H.; Izurieta, A.; Moore, K.

Sexual function in women before and after transvaginal mesh repair for pelvic organ prolapse
pp. 763-772(10)
Authors: Sentilhes, Loïc; Berthier, Aurélien; Sergent, Fabrice; Verspyck, Eric; Descamps, Philippe; Marpeau, Loïc

Clarification and confirmation of the Knack maneuver: the effect of volitional pelvic floor muscle contraction to preempt expected stress incontinence
pp. 773-782(10)
Authors: Miller, Janis; Sampselle, Carolyn; Ashton-Miller, James; Hong, Gwi-Ryung; DeLancey, John

Results 1 year after the Reemex system was applied for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence caused by intrinsic sphincter deficiency
pp. 783-786(4)
Authors: Araco, F.; Gravante, G.; Dati, S.; Bulzomi’, V.; Sesti, F.; Piccione, E.

Short-term outcome after transvaginal mesh repair of pelvic organ prolapse
pp. 787-793(7)
Authors: Altman, Daniel; Väyrynen, Tapio; Engh, Marie; Axelsen, Susanne; Falconer, Christian

Short-term efficacy and complications of posterior intravaginal slingplasty
pp. 795-799(5)
Authors: Luck, Ali; Steele, Andrew; Leong, Fah; McLennan, Mary

Obstructive voiding symptoms are not predictive of elevated postvoid residual urine volumes
pp. 801-804(4)
Authors: Lowenstein, Lior; Anderson, Charles; Kenton, Kimberly; Dooley, Yashika; Brubaker, Linda

Predictors of successful voiding before hospital discharge after urinary stress incontinence surgery
pp. 805-810(6)
Authors: Oliphant, Sallie; Amburgey, Ödül; Connolly, AnnaMarie

Biomechanical properties of vaginal tissue: preliminary results
pp. 811-816(6)
Authors: Rubod, Chrystèle; Boukerrou, Malik; Brieu, Mathias; Jean-Charles, Clay; Dubois, Patrick; Cosson, Michel

Where should bulking agents for female urodynamic stress incontinence be injected?
pp. 817-821(5)
Authors: Kuhn, Annette; Stadlmayr, Werner; Lengsfeld, Daniela; Mueller, Michel

P-Mate™, a new device allowing women to urinate in the standing position: urodynamic and satisfaction assessment
pp. 823-826(4)
Authors: Karsenty, Gilles; Coquet-Reinier, Benjamin; Elzayat, Ehab; Lemieux, Marie-Claude; Corcos, Jacques

Bacteriological analysis of meshes removed for complications after surgical management of urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse
pp. 827-831(5)
Authors: Boulanger, Loïc; Boukerrou, Malik; Rubod, Chrystèle; Collinet, Pierre; Fruchard, A.; Courcol, René; Cosson, Michel

The use of polypropylene mesh as a transobturator sling for the treatment of female stress urinary incontinence (early experience with 40 cases)
pp. 833-838(6)
Authors: Elgamasy, Abdelnaser; Elashry, Osama; Elenin, Mohammed; Eltatawy, Hassan; Elsharaby, Mahmoud

Differences in morphology and contractility of the bulbospongiosus and pubococcygeus muscles in nulliparous and multiparous rabbits
pp. 843-849(7)
Authors: Fajardo, Victor; Pacheco, Pablo; Hudson, Robyn; Jiménez, Ismael; Martínez-Gómez, Margarita

Follow-up of prolapse surgery in rural Nepal
pp. 851-855(5)
Authors: Schaaf, Jelle; Dongol, Anjana; Leeuw-Harmsen, Loes

Pelvic architectural distortion is associated with pelvic organ prolapse
pp. 863-867(5)
Authors: Huebner, Markus; Margulies, Rebecca; DeLancey, John

Infected midurethral tape presenting as an ischiorectal abscess
pp. 877-879(3)
Authors: Jha, Swati; Radley, Stephen; Shorthouse, Andrew

1-year follow-up of autologous muscle-derived stem cell injection pilot study to treat stress urinary incontinence
pp. 881-883(3)
Authors: Carr, L.; Steele, D.; Steele, S.; Wagner, D.; Pruchnic, R.; Jankowski, R.; Erickson, J.; Huard, J.; Chancellor, M.

Comment on Pauls: “Nip, tuck and rejuvenate: the latest frontier for the gynecologic surgeon”
pp. 889-890(2)
Authors: Pardo, Jack; Ricci, Paolo; Solà, Vicente

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