Int J Gynaecol Obstet
Postirradiation vaginal occlusion: nonoperative management.   
The effects of irradiation therapy on the surrounding pelvic structures are well known. Most women develop some degree of vaginal stenosis following irradiation for cervical cancer. Although complete vaginal occlusion is less common, it seriously affects the patient's self-image. The author treated five patients who had complete vaginal occlusion following irradiation for stage II uterine cervical carcinoma. By means of a regimen of digital pressure and an estrogenic cream, for an average of six weeks, the function of the vagina was restored.

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