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BLADDER and UTERINE PROLAPSE

The recumbent scan (9A) demonstrates no evidence of bladder or uterine prolapse and shows the levator sling is parallel to [and partially obscured by] the pubococygeal line. Note the decent of the bladder and uterus relative to the pubococygeal line which occurs with standing (9B) and is accentuated in the standing-straining view (9C). Note the levator sling (arrow) is oblique and non-parallel to the line when standing (9B), and straightens further when straining (9C).

MRI of the bladder and uterine prolapse MRI of the bladder and uterine prolapse MRI of the bladder and uterine prolapse

 

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