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ЗА ГРАНЬЮ ВООБРАЖЕНИЯ: КОМПЛЕКСНЫЙ ПОДХОД К ДИАГНОСТИКЕ НАРУШЕНИЙ ФУНКЦИЙ ТАЗОВОГО ДНА

https://doi.org/10.33878/2073-7556-2020-19-1-8-20

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Аннотация

Расстройства тазового дна (РТД) представляют серьёзную социально-экономическую проблему: около 25% женщин старше 60 лет страдают теми или иными РТД, а риск хирургического вмешательства среди женщин в течение жизни по поводу РТД составляет 13%. Выбор оптимальной лечебной тактики невозможен без комплексной визуализации структур таза и мультидисциплинарного подхода. Среди существующих методов исследования на первый план выходит комплекс ультразвуковых методик за счёт высокой информативности, низкой стоимости, возможности широкого применения при амбулаторном приёме колопроктолога, быстроты выполнения и хорошей переносимостью пациентами.

Об авторе

Giulio A. Santoro
Tertiary Referral Pelvic Floor Center, Regional Hospital; Italian School of Pelvic Floor Ultrasonography; Italian Society of Colorectal Surgery (SICCR); University of Padua
Италия

Director, Tertiary Referral Pelvic Floor Center, Regional Hospital, Treviso

Director, Italian School of Pelvic Floor Ultrasonography

Past-President of Italian Society of Colorectal Surgery (SICCR)

Professor of Surgery, University of Padua



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Для цитирования:


Santoro G.A. ЗА ГРАНЬЮ ВООБРАЖЕНИЯ: КОМПЛЕКСНЫЙ ПОДХОД К ДИАГНОСТИКЕ НАРУШЕНИЙ ФУНКЦИЙ ТАЗОВОГО ДНА. Колопроктология. 2020;19(1):8-20. https://doi.org/10.33878/2073-7556-2020-19-1-8-20

For citation:


Santoro G.A. BEYOND IMAGINATION: INTEGRATED IMAGING APPROACH TO PELVIC FLOOR DISORDERS. Koloproktologia. 2020;19(1):8-20. https://doi.org/10.33878/2073-7556-2020-19-1-8-20

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