Transvaginal mesh images
It’s difficult to find actual photographs that adequately demonstrate pelvic organ prolapse (POP), bladder erosion, a bladder sling, surgery implanting transvaginal mesh and transvaginal mesh complications. We were, however, able to obtain these images, and reproduce them here here with permission of the FDA and the National Institutes of Health.
You can click on each image and a browser window will open showing you the government’s webpage from which the image was copied.
Transvaginal mesh was fixed to the vaginal fornix using two continuous sutures (anterior and apical in vaginal wall) hold in extremities by polymer clips.
Outcome of Treatment of Anterior Vaginal Wall Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) with Transobturator Tension-Free Vaginal Mesh (Prolift) and Concomitant Tension-Free Vaginal Tape-Obturator.
Transvaginal Mesh Complications of mesh grafts used in female pelvic floor reconstruction: Mesh erosion and extrusion.
The What is Transvaginal Mesh website is intended to offer information and, if appropriate, legal assistance to women suffering pain, urinary incontinence and other complications after having transvaginal mesh surgery, also sometimes called a bladder sling or pelvic organ prolapse surgical procedure. To give people an idea of the tremendous suffering of women with transvaginal mesh complications, we’ve posted transvaginal mesh pictures and transvaginal mesh video you can view.
And you can use our Free Transvaginal Mesh Case Review Form to get a free legal evaluations of your potential legal claim for money due to Transvaginal Mesh complications.