Reconstructive pelvic surgery is surgical treatment to restore normal female anatomy and function to improve the patient's quality of life.
Pelvic reconstructive surgery is used to rebuild vital pelvic organs, such as the bladder, vagina or pelvic floor, that may be removed or damaged after gynecology surgery or during cancer treatment, for example.
Pelvic reconstructive surgery includes a variety of procedures such as surgery of the vulva, vaginal reconstruction, and skin grafts.
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