L’IRM de la statique pelvienne: anatomie, prolapsus, incontinence
MRI in pelvic static: anatomy, prolapse, incontinence
MRI of the female pelvis is a fully evolutive technique. New devices allowing examination in standing up and sitting position will improve results quality. Use of endorectal and endovaginal probes is interesting progress for micro-anatomic study. Concerning prolapses, usual indications today are posterior anomalies and mainly study of peritoneal compartment. In case of disturbances linked to urinary and fecal incontinence sphincter, zonal anatomy is very demonstrative and endorectal probes facilitate sphincter studies. Lastly, MRI will be the device used for the immediate postsurgical follow up.
J.P. ROUANET, J. VILLEVAL, Muriel VIALA, Maud FILHASTRE, A. MAUBON, A. THILLE, P. MARES
incontinence, MRI, pelvic static