Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Is Underdiagnosed and Undertreated
In a recent issue of Vascular Disease Management, Clinical Editor Craig Walker, MD reviewed and commented on the article “Current Clinical Management of Pelvic Congestion Syndrome,” authored by NYC Surgical Associates’ Dr. David Greuner and Danielle DeMarco. Below is an excerpt from the review:
“I have decided to comment on this excellent article as pelvic congestion syndrome is a highly prevalent and profoundly underdiagnosed and undertreated cause of pelvic pain in women. It can result in devastating symptoms such as profound dyspareunia, chronic fatigue, vaginal and peri-vulvar varicosities, and chronic abdominal and lower back pain. The authors have not only described the causes, both primary and secondary, but have created a suggested algorithm for improving identification and treatment of this disorder.”
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