Baden et al developed the Vaginal Profile to describe various combination of vaginal relaxation.
(C) uterine prolpase
(D) enterocele (more commonly posterior, may be anterior)
(F) chronic peritoneal laceration
up to halfway to the hymenal ring
from halfway up to hymenal ring
from hymenal ring to half of maximum descent
maximal descent through the hymenal ring
1-25% of the distance to the hymenal ring
26-50% of the distance to hymenal ring
51-75% of the distance to the hymenal ring
> 75% of the distance to the hymenal ring
chronic peritoneal laceration
up to anterior half of the perineal body
up to the entire perineal body but not the anal sphincter
involves the anal sphincter
involves rectal mucosa
The profile is reported in pairs: A-B C-D E-F, with 0-0 0-0 0-0 normal.
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Specialty: Obstetrics & Gynecology