Barbara Spodniaková, Peter Papcun, Ivan Hollý
Imaging methods in urogynaecology present an inseparable part of the spectrum in the diagnosis of urinary and faecal
incontinence and the prolapse of the pelvic floor. In the past, invasive diagnostic methods such as cystourethrography
prevailed. The functional anatomy of the pelvic floor is considered to be very complex. This is the reason why new imaging
methods are being discovered to improve the management of pelvic disorders (ultrasound, magnetic resonance).
Currently there is not a single ideal method to achieve this objective.