Correspondence| Volume 217, P180-181, October 2017

Transvaginal repair of a misunderstood large bowel evisceration six months after vaginal hysterectomy

      We here report a case of vaginal repair of a misunderstood large bowel evisceration diagnosed as recurrence of vaginal vault prolapse, six months after surgery in a 72 years old woman, who reported only prolapse symptoms.
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