Complicaciones postoperatorias tempranas de la colporrafia anterior por técnica tradicional versus técnica de sitio específico
García Riaño, Diego Armando
Aragón Mendoza, Rafael
Organ pelvic prolapse is a frequent pathology, especially in menopausic patients and most cases require surgical treatment. In this study we compared the incidence of early postoperative complications between anterior colporrhaphy by classical technique (TC) versus anterior colporrhaphy by site specific technique (CSE). We made a analytical, retrospective study of two cohorts of patients that required anterior colporrhaphy between august 2009 and june 2012. The first cohort was TC group and the second was CSE group. The baseline characteristics of both groups were similar and comparable. The most frequent outcome was dehiscence; however, there was a difference without statistical significance between both techniques. The incidence of early new prolapse and the diagnosis of abscess or hematomes showed no statistical difference as well. There were not serious complications such as mayor intraoperative bleeding or bladder-urethral lesions. The results suggest that both techniques haw low incidence of early postoperative complications and therefore seem to be safe in management of anterior compartment pelvic prolapse.