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Anterior colporrhaphy and posterior colpoperineolevatoroplasty are procedures aimed at correcting muscle insufficiency located on the front and back walls of the vagina. Many modified methods of performing this practice are used worldwide. In improving the quality of life of patients, not only the method of performing the operation, but also the rehabilitation period after the operation plays an important role. In this article, the course of the procedure and the postoperative period were analyzed in women who underwent anterior colporrhaphy, posterior colpoperineolevatoroplasty.


Anterior colporrhaphy posterior colpoperineolevatoroplasty muscle insufficiency quality of life rehabilitation period

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Najmutdinova, D. K., & Gadoyeva, D. A. (2023). Post-Surgery Period after Anterior Colporrhaphy, Posterior Colpoperineolevatoroplasty in a Group of Women with Different Ages. Central Asian Journal of Medical and Natural Science, 4(3), 312-315.


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