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Posterior tibial nerve stimulation for pelvic floor dysfunct

Postby pafen » 11 Jan 2015, 07:56

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25282946

And also role of sacral nerve stimulation in anorectal conditions.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25529965

(Scientist2516 corrected the first link so it should work now)
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Re: Posterior tibial nerve stimulation for pelvic floor dysf

Postby owmybum » 11 Jan 2015, 11:27

I can't see anything when I click through..... Might be my iPad.?
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Re: Posterior tibial nerve stimulation for pelvic floor dysf

Postby Scientist2516 » 11 Jan 2015, 11:50

When I tried the links, the first one didn't work, but the second one does work. It's not very informative though. You'd have to read the full article, but there is no link to the full article, and the language is Chinese. Maybe the first link has more if we can get it to work.
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Re: Posterior tibial nerve stimulation for pelvic floor dysf

Postby Scientist2516 » 11 Jan 2015, 11:56

Here is the first one. The original article is in Spanish, but the abstract is here:

Ginecol Obstet Mex.
2014 Aug;82(8):535-46.[Posterior tibial nerve stimulation for pelvic floor dysfunction. Review].[Article in Spanish]Sucar-Romero S, Escobar-del Barco L, Rodríguez-Colorado S, Gorbea-Chávez V.Abstract
Pelvic floor dysfunction is a highly prevalent functional pathology that affects women and can present with different clinical symptoms that include urinary urgency with or without incontinence, diurnal and nocturnal frequency, urinary retention, fecal incontinence, obstructive defecation, sexual dysfunction and pelvic pain. Lately, concern arised as to offer patients an advanced therapy within an integral approach. This interest was first focused in sacral nerve root modulation, a key element for pelvic function. Neuromodulation is considered a normal characteristic of the nervous system that regulates or modifies the electric impulses that come from different nervous body tissues. Neuromodulation is carried out through sacral neurostimulation (SNS), posterior tibial nerve stimulation (PNTS), which are reversible non destructive therapies used for peripheric stimulation of nerves, ganglia, spinal medula and brain. Even though there is evidence of efficacy for sacral nerve stimulation at short, medium and long-term, there are two main concerns within this approach: invasivity and high cost. It seems posterior nerve tibial stimulation has the same neuromodulatory effect as the one obtained by sacral nerve stimulation through a less invasive route and lower cost.
PMID: 25282946 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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Re: Posterior tibial nerve stimulation for pelvic floor dysf

Postby owmybum » 12 Jan 2015, 03:58

Thanks scientist!
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