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      Retracted: Analysis on Effects of Laparoscopic Total Hysterectomy Combined with High Hysterosacral Ligament Suspension in the Treatment for Uterine Prolapse

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          Analysis on Effects of Laparoscopic Total Hysterectomy Combined with High Hysterosacral Ligament Suspension in the Treatment for Uterine Prolapse

          Objective To investigate the effect of laparoscopic total hysterectomy combined with high hysterosacral ligament suspension on the treatment for uterine prolapse. Methods A total of 100 patients with uterine prolapse treated in our two hospitals from January 2019 to December 2021 were included in this study, which were divided into two groups through the number double-blind method, with 50 patients in each group. The control group was treated with transvaginal total hysterectomy, and the research group was treated with laparoscopic total hysterectomy combined with high hysterosacral ligament suspension. The surgical effect on patients was evaluated through the pelvic organ prolapse quantification method (POP-Q). The patients' adverse reactions were compared. The quality of sexual life was evaluated with the short form of the pelvic organ prolapse/urinary incontinence sexual questionnaire (PISQ-31). And, the patients' quality of life was also evaluated with the pelvic floor distress inventory-short form 20 (PFDl-20). Results The surgical effect on the control group and the research group was 80.00% and 96.00%, respectively, with statistical significance ( X 2  = 6.601, P < 0.001). The incidences of adverse reactions of the two groups were 4.00% and 6.00%, respectively, which were comparable ( X 2  = 0.211, P =  0.646). The total PISQ-31 scores before surgery of the control group (97.07 ± 9.80) and the research group (97.02 ± 9.80) were comparable ( t  = 0.020, P = 0.984), and those after surgery were 112.55 ± 13.78 in the control group and 130.80 ± 17.42 in the research group, respectively, with statistical significance ( t  = 4.500, P < 0.001). And, the total PFDl-20 scores before surgery of the control group (72.50 ± 13.58) and the research group (72.50 ± 13.60) were comparable ( t  = 0.057, P = 0.098), and that after surgery were 56.10 ± 10.51 in the control group and 42.30 ± 8.05 in the research group, respectively, with statistical significance ( t  = 5.709, P < 0.001). Conclusion Laparoscopic total hysterectomy combined with high hysterosacral ligament suspension has an ideal effect in patients with uterine prolapse, with few adverse reactions, effectively promoting the improvement of the quality of patients' sexual life and their life. This combination has the significance of active promotion in the clinic.
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            Evid Based Complement Alternat Med
            Evid Based Complement Alternat Med
            ECAM
            Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine : eCAM
            Hindawi
            1741-427X
            1741-4288
            2023
            2 August 2023
            2 August 2023
            : 2023
            : 9762091
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            10.1155/2023/9762091
            10412174
            46a079ee-2fe9-447a-8a51-03333a1c915f
            Copyright © 2023 Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

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            : 1 August 2023
            : 1 August 2023
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