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Vestibulodynia
Technical Papers & Abstracts

Glazer, H. I., Rodke, G., Swencionis, C., Hertz, R., & Young, A. W. (1995). Treatment of vulvar vestibulitis syndrome with electromyographic biofeedback of pelvic floor musculature. The Journal Of Reproductive Medicine,40(4), 283-90.

Stone-Godena T.(Nov. 2006). Vulvar Pain Syndromes: Vestibulodynia. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health, 51(6), 502-509. Retrieved from Science Direct Database.

Bergeron, S., Binik, Y. M., Kkalifé, S., Pagidas, K., Glazer, H., & Meana, M. et al.(2001). A randomized comparison of group cognitie-behavioral therapy, surface electomyographic biofeedback, and vestibulectomy in the treatment of dyspareunia from vulvar vestibulitis. Pain, 91, 297–306. Retrieved from ScienceDirect Database.

Dhar, R., & Nunns, D. (Jul. 2009). Vulvodynia management. Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Reproductive Medicine, 19(7), 175-177. Retrieved from Science Direct Database.

McKay, E., Kaufman, R., Doctor, U., Berkova, Z., Glazer, H., & Redko, V. (2001). Treating vulvar vestibulitis with electromyographic biofeedback of pelvic floor musculature. J Reprod Med, 46, 337–342.

Lotery, H., McClure, N., Galask, R. (Mar. 2004). Vulvodynia. The Lancet, 363(9414), 1058-1060. Retrieved from ScienceDirect Datebase.

Danielsson, I., Torstensson, T., Brodda-Jansen, G., & Bohm-Starke, N. (2006).
EMG biofeedback versus topical lidocaine gel: a randomized study for the treatment of women with vulvar vestibulitis. Acta Obstetricia Et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 85(11), 1360-1367. Retrieved from Medline Database.

Metts J.(Mar. 1999). Vulvodynia and vulvar vestibulitis: challenges in diagnosis and management. American Family Physician, 59(6), 1547-1556. Retrieved from Medline Database.