LRIOG


Obiettivi e finalità / Aims and scope

La Rivista Italiana di Ostetricia e Ginecologia pubblica contributi originali, review, case report e case series di elevato valore scientifico e mira a divenire un riferimento non solo per i Ginecologi, ma per tutti quei clinici che sono coinvolti nei percorsi di prevenzione, diagnosi e cura delle patologie femminili, in medicina della riproduzione, nella sorveglianza della gravidanza e nel percorso nascita. La peer review a cui sono sottoposti i contributi pubblicati garantisce il rigore metodologico e anche una fruibilità clinica immediata.


The pelvic floor: common elements of the physiotherapy and gynecological evaluation

The pelvic floor: common elements of the physiotherapy and gynecological evaluation Arianna Bortolami –  Physiotherapist Consultant in Sexology Master’s Doctor in Sciences of the Health Professions of Rehabilitation Adjunct professor at the University of Milan-Bicocca arianna.bortolami@gmail.com DOI: 10.53146/lriog1202121 Abstract Dysfunction of the pelvic floor muscles can cause urological, gynecological, anorectal, sexual […]

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The vagina, oncological target: Vain and therapeutic strategies

The vagina, oncological target: Vain and therapeutic strategies Francesco Sopracordevole1 –  , Nicolò Clemente1 – , Anna del Fabro1 –  1 – SOC of Oncological Gynecology – Oncological Reference Center of Aviano – IRCCS Corresponding author: Francesco Sopracordevole fsopracordevole@cro.it DOI: 10.53146/lriog1202120 Abstract VaIN (Vaginal Intraepithelial Neoplasia) is a challenge disease for gynecologists: […]

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The vagina and its microbiota (resident and dynamic)

The vagina and its microbiota (resident and dynamic) Francesco De Seta1,2 – , Gabriella Zito1 – , Giuseppe Ricci1,2, Simona Franzo2 1 – Institute for Maternal and Child Health, IRCCS Burlo Garofolo, Trieste 2 – Department of Medicine, Surgery and Health Sciences, University of Trieste Corresponding author: Francesco De Seta fradeseta@gmail.com DOI: 10.53146/lriog1202119 […]

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The vagina, a sensual and erotic organ: anatomofunctional evidence

The vagina, a sensual and erotic organ: anatomofunctional evidence Emmanuelle A. Jannini1 – , Fiorenza Pesce1  1 – Chair of Endocrinology and Medical Sexology (ENDOSEX), Department of Systems Medicine, University of Rome Tor Vergata Corresponding author: Emmanuelle A. Jannini eajannini@gmail.com DOI: 10.53146/lriog1202118 Abstract In the field of female sexuality, the existence of the […]

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The vagina as an endocrine organ: clinical implications

The vagina as an endocrine organ: clinical implications Linda Vignozzi1 – , Sarah Cipriani1 – , Elisa Maseroli2 – , Irene Scavello1 – , Vincenza Di Stasi1 – , Ilaria Cellai1, Sandra Filippi3 – , Paolo Comeglio1 1 – Department of Biomedical, Experimental and Clinical Sciences “Mario Serio”, University of Florence 2 – Careggi University Hospital, Florence 3 – Department of Neuroscience, Psychology, Pharmaceutical […]

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The vagina: clinical questions and unfulfilled therapeutic needs

The vagina: clinical questions and unfulfilled therapeutic needs Alessandra Grazziottin1,2 –  1 – Alessandra Graziottin Foundation for the treatment of pain in women – Onlus 2 – Gynecology and Medical Sexology Center, H. San Raffaele Resnati, Milan direzione@studiograziottin.it DOI: 10.53146/lriog1202116 Abstract This monograph was meant to share with colleagues a cultural, […]

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