This book represents a landmark in the development of an imaging subspecialty that crosses the clinical boundaries of urogynaecology and coloproctology. It is the first text to consider the imaging of all pelvic floor disorders, addressing in depth both urinary and faecal incontinence and the various forms of prolapse. The book commences with a magnetic resonance-based review of the anatomy of the pelvic floor and an overview of how it functions; detailed chapters on investigation and treatment then follow, from both a clinical and a radiological perspective. While Imaging Pelvic Floor Disorders is intended primarily for radiologists, it will also be of interest to clinicians desiring a deeper understanding of functional disorders throughout the pelvis. 170 illus., in 199 sep. illus., 19 in color.