Vaginal vault

What is Vaginal vault?

The vaginal vault is the expanded region of the vaginal canal at the internal end of the vagina. The vaginal vault may prolapse after a hysterectomy (as there is no uterus), leading to a prolapse of the vaginal vault.

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Iam 36 years old . I had hysterectomy an year ago and my uterus and cervix were removed and found i had Endocervicitis infection inmy cervix but no...

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Vaginal vault pap smear

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Slight pain in the...

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Hello. I'm 66 yo. Had transvaginal hysterectomy/bladder prolapse repair July 1 of this year. July 13 in a.m. I had extreme chills and fever....

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VAGINAL VAULT HEMATOMA, COMMON COMPLICATION.

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I had laproscopic anterior vaginal vault suspension surgery one week ago. The catheter was removed on the fourth day and I could not urinate so it...

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Intermittent catheterization needed. Bladder training.

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