MIPS SARAJEVO REPORT Educational weekend days in Sarajevo. During April 9-10, 2016 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina it was held MIPS Educational Course for Female pelvic floor dysfunctions in the
Adriatic countries. On Saturday there were presented lectures of anatomy and diagnostic procedures regarding female urology dysfunctions and clinical approaches how to solve it. Special issue was use of mesh for pelvic floor dysfunction followed by interactive discussion. Urogyne
Prof. Diaa Rizk is delivering a lecture at the National Hellenic Urogynaecological Congress,
on 23rd April 2016, according to the following schedule: 13.00-13.30 MIPS LECTURE Mediterranean Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Society • Meshes for POP repair and the FDA: What happened after the FDA Public
notification of 2011?
Despite thousands of years on medical record, stigma continues to shroud pelvic organ prolapse (POP) in silence. Patients typically experience symptoms such as vaginal tissue bulge, urinary or fecal incontinence, pain with intimacy, lack of sexual sensation, chronic constipation, or tampons pushing out. Patients are characteristically embarrassed to disclose symptoms to clinicians; diagnostic clinicians seldom inquire effectively. The question becomes what should we do to spe