Novel Hysteropexy Technique: Sacrouterine Tape Simulation
AbstractSacrohysteropexy procedures require advanced suturing and dissection
skills and are associated with complications such as mesh exposure,
dyspareunia, ileus, de novo bowel dysfunction. New technique is composed
of insertion of mid-urethral sling tape into the cervix vaginally and
suspend of uterus bilaterally via free arms of tape under the peritoneal
tunnel formed with the aid of modified semicircular disposable grasper.
This novel hysteropexy technique is an easy, feasible and minimally
invasive way to correct primarily apical or multicompartment defects
with the advantages of a minimal mesh load, short operation time and
anatomical result that mimics the normal sacrouterine ligament.