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Neuropelveology

Laparoscopic management of pelvic nerves tumors

Introduction

Peripheral nerve tumors can occur anywhere in the body. Most of them aren't cancerous (malignant), but they can lead to pain, nerve damage and loss of function in the affected area....

Neuropelveology

Neuropelveological approach to pathologies of the pelvic nerves

Pathologies of the pelvic nerves are conditions involving multiple, organ-specific medical specialties, each with its own approach to diagnosis and treatment. Management requires knowledge of the...

Neuropelveology

Neuropelveologic management of intractable Vulvodynia

What is vulvodynia?

Vulvodynia is a chronic pain syndrome affecting respectively the vulva and occurs without an identifiable cause or visible pathology. The pain is usually characterized as a...

Endometriosis

Passing on knowledge: diagnose and treat endometriosis of the sciatic nerve - with expertise in Neuropelveology

The discipline of Neuropelveology, founded by Prof. Possover, offers new diagnostic and therapeutic possibilities in the treatment of chronic unexplained pelvic pain and functional disorders. One...

Endometriosis

Endometriosis of the Sciatic Nerve and the Sacral Roots: Diagnosis and Treatment in Neuropelveology

If women suffer from cyclical sciatica with onset of numbness in the buttocks or legs, or experience movement restrictions in the foot - either on its own or in conjunction with numbness - a deep...

Endometriosis

Neuropelveology: New possibilities for the diagnosis and treatment of neuropathic pelvic pain

Neuropelveology is an emerging speciality focusing on the pathologies of the pelvic nervous system. Pathology of the pelvic nerves and plexuses may explain such “unknown sciatic pain conditions”...