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      Tina Ziaei
      Participant

      Hi Stephen!
      I’ve read everything I could get my hands on when it comes to ultrasound assessment of the pelvic floor. Different articles have different ways of assessing the pelvic floor. Some have angles, some have different measurements from the imaginary baseline etc. I also know that different surgeons have specific ultrasound criteria also.
      However, working at a general practice which doesn’t specialise in this area nor works closely with surgeons for this assessment, I’ve kept my scans basic, because the more complex measurements I take I am guaranteed a phone call from the radiologist to explain what the hell I’m doing.
      Do you have a basic protocol for prolapse assessment??? Or guidance in how to go about performing transperineal U/S??
      Thanks!
      Tina

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      Stephen Bird
      Keymaster

      Hi Tina,

      I feel you pain as I work in a similar setting,

      I have a pelvic floor lecture and some of my own personal material I can share with you,

      As a general rule like most things with ultrasound the measurements are only part of the picture and the clinical setting must be considered,

      email me at stayintouch@birdultrasound.com.au and I will put the material in a dropbox for you,

      Steve

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