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Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Part 1: Diagnosis and Planning

with Dr. Mark Meissner and Dr. Michael Cumming

Vascular Surgeon Dr. Mark Meissner and Interventional Radiologist Dr. Michael Cumming discuss diagnosis and treatment planning for Pelvic Congestion Syndrome. This is Part 1 of 2 on Pelvic Congestion Syndrome.

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BackTable, LLC (Producer). (2020, December 22). Ep. 101 – Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Part 1: Diagnosis and Planning [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://www.backtable.com

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Podcast Contributors

Dr. Mark Meissner discusses Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Part 1: Diagnosis and Planning on the BackTable 101 Podcast

Dr. Mark Meissner

Dr. Mark Meissner is a Vascular Surgeon at University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, Washington.

Dr. Michael Cumming discusses Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Part 1: Diagnosis and Planning on the BackTable 101 Podcast

Dr. Michael Cumming

Dr. Michael Cumming is a practicing interventional radiologist in Minneapolis, MN.

Dr. Michael Barraza discusses Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Part 1: Diagnosis and Planning on the BackTable 101 Podcast

Dr. Michael Barraza

Dr. Michael Barraza is a practicing interventional radiologist (and all around great guy) with Radiology Associates in Baton Rouge, LA.

Synopsis

In this episode, Dr. Mark Meissner and Dr. Michael Cumming join Dr. Michael Barraza to discuss Pelvic Congestion Syndrome. We discuss the pathophysiology of Pelvic Congestion Syndrome and the fundamentals of pelvic venous hypertension. Dr. Meissner and Dr. Cumming tell us how patients end up in their clinic.

We discuss why it is important to distinguish primary and secondary causes of Pelvic Congestion Syndrome and the dangers of an incomplete embolization. We review some techniques for ultrasounds, why not to rely on cross-sectional imaging, and the advantages of getting a CT for the Pelvic Congestion Syndrome patient.

We discuss how to adapt treatment plans for women that have never been pregnant or women that are post-menopausal. Dr. Meissner and Dr. Cumming explain how they frame their goals and expectations for each patient’s treatment process, and we examine when it is appropriate to use a multi-modality approach to treat Pelvic Congestion Syndrome.

Resources

Check out our other episode featuring Dr. Michael Cumming:
https://www.backtable.com/shows/vi/podcasts/52/ivus-for-iliac-vein-compression

Disclaimer: The Materials available on BackTable.com are for informational and educational purposes only and are not a substitute for the professional judgment of a healthcare professional in diagnosing and treating patients. The opinions expressed by participants of the BackTable Podcast belong solely to the participants, and do not necessarily reflect the views of BackTable.

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