Neeraj Kohli, MD

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Articles

Incontinence

August 02, 2011

Urinary incontinence (leakage) refers to the involuntary loss of urine from the bladder, which constitutes a social or hygienic problem for the individual. Bladder control problems affect about 17 million people in the United States.

Incontinence Treatment

August 02, 2011

This is the exercise which, when done faithfully and correctly, can help decrease the urgency a patient may have and help with both urge incontinence and stress incontinence. The pelvic floor muscle is like a hammock that stretches from the pubic bone in the front to the tailbone in the back.

Vaginal Prolapse Relaxation

August 02, 2011

It is easier to understand uterine and vaginal wall relaxation (prolapse) if one has a working knowledge of normal anatomy. The support system of the uterus, urethra, bladder and to some degree the rectum is the vagina, specifically the "fascia".

Laparoscopy

June 23, 2011

The word Laparoscopy simply means visual examination of the abdomen by means of a laparoscope. Laparoscopy (often called "belly button surgery", endoscopy, or key hole surgery) is a surgical technique involving small incisions in the abdomen through which major surgical procedures can be performed. One of the incisions is made in the umbilicus ("belly button").

Ambulatory Procedures

June 23, 2011

Even though the anterior repair is the most commonly utilized operation for correction of a cystocele, it is probably not the most effective, nor is it the correct operation for restoring a woman's anatomy and maintaining vaginal length and function. The problem with using this operation in young healthy sexually active woman with a paravaginal defect (cystocele) is the surgeon does not really surgically support the bladder, but instead reduces the bulge by "scrunching " the fascia under the bladder together.

Laparoscopic Procedures

June 23, 2011

Laparoscopy is now an option for many gynecological conditions. This overview discusses specific laparoscopic procedures and the conditions they treat.