A cystocele occurs when the wall between a woman’s bladder and her vagina weakens and lets the bladder droop into the vagina. This condition may cause discomfort and problems with emptying the bladder. Large cystoceles may require surgery to move the bladder back into a more normal position and keep it there.
Overviews – Research articles
Cystocele (Fallen Bladder) – by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
Cystocele (fallen bladder) – by the University of Maryland Medicine.
Cystocoele, rectocoele and pelvic support surgery – by Frederick R. Jelovsek MD.
Secondary cystocele repair (SCR):the role of prolene mesh – by S P Marinkovic, S.L. Stanton, Urogynecology Unit, St George’s Hospital, London, United Kingdom.
Anterior vaginal wall prolapse (cystocele and urethrocele) – by Dr. John R. Miklos / Dr. Robert D. Moore.
A New Vaginal Procedure for Cystocele Repair and Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence – by P. Benizri, Department of Urology, Pasteur Hospital, Nice, France.
Cystocele and pelvic floor tone – by iVillage.
Pelvic Floor Assessment – by Warren M. Overbey M.D.
Directories – Hubs
Cystocele by GOOGLE
Images – Slides
Cystocele/Rectocele/Entercele – a slide by Lynn Herman, Floyd College.