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Figure 2: The steps of the anterior transposition of cardinal ligaments. (a) The cervix is grasped by a single-toothed tenaculum. (b) Anterior transverse incision at the level of cervicovaginal junction, dissection and elevation of the bladder, then exposure of left and right cardinal ligaments. (c) Freeing of left and right cardinal ligaments. (d) Approximation of cardinal ligaments and fixation to the cervical tissue

Figure 2: The steps of the anterior transposition of cardinal ligaments. (a) The cervix is grasped by a single-toothed tenaculum. (b) Anterior transverse incision at the level of cervicovaginal junction, dissection and elevation of the bladder, then exposure of left and right cardinal ligaments. (c) Freeing of left and right cardinal ligaments. (d) Approximation of cardinal ligaments and fixation to the cervical tissue