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Complications of transgluteal pudendal nerve decompression

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Marios Loukas, Robert G Louis, R Shane Tubbs, Christopher Wartmann, Gene L Colborn
BACKGROUND: Pudendal canal syndrome (PCS) is induced by the compression or the stretching of the pudendal nerve within Alcock's canal. METHODS: Considering the difficulty and possible complications involved in exposing the pudendal canal and nerve by either transperineal, transgluteal or transischiorectal approaches, an intra-abdominal laparoscopic pudendal canal decompression (ILPCD) was employed. For this technique, 30 male adult human cadavers were examined. RESULTS: Measurements revealed an adequate working space in 16 (80%) of the 20 cadavers, while in four specimens the ischiococcygeus muscle was too large to be mobilized sufficiently...
June 2008: Surgical Endoscopy
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