The goal of this consortium meeting is to arrive at a consensus on the strengths and weaknesses of the three most commonly used radiological modalities used to characterize the anatomy of patients with pelvic organ prolapse (POP): echo-defecography, MRI defecography and fluoroscopic defecography. Experts from radiology, colorectal surgery, urogynecology, gastroenterology, urology and physiotherapy will converge together in a collaboration to develop consensus radiological interpretation templates. These templates could then be utilized consistently across institutions and subspecialties to facilitate the development of a “common language” and promote consistently high quality care for pelvic floor patients.
Please join us to provide your input on these templates at the in person meeting. Agenda will also include planning of future research , joint databases and education events.
NOTE: This meeting is being held in conjunction with the ASCRS 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting. Registering for the Pelvic Floor Disorders Consortium does NOT register you for the ASCRS 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting. If you would like to register for the ASCRS 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting a link will be provided in your confirmation.