Sacrocolpopexy has remained standard procedure for correction of pelvic organ prolapse regardless of the affected compartment.
Assuming the appropriate indication, it is characterized by an excellent long-term cure rate. Asymptomatic pelvic organ prolapse is no indication for surgery and should not be corrected in view of possible complications. This article summarizes general and method-specific complications of sacrocolpopexy, identifies causes, and allows error management to be tailored to each individual patient to increase treatment and outcome quality.
Kranz J, Anheuser P, Hampel C, Steffens J. Are you the author?
Klinik für Urologie und Kinderurologie, St.-Antonius Hospital, Akademisches Lehrkrankenhaus der RWTH Aachen, Dechant-Deckers-Straße 8, 52249, Eschweiler, Deutschland.
Reference: Urologe A. 2015 Mar;54(3):337-41.
Article in German.