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Endoscopic bladder neck suspension for stress urinary incontinence



Endoscopic bladder neck suspension for stress urinary incontinence



Journal of Urology 132(6): 1119-1121



Endoscopic vesicourethral suspension is an acceptable procedure for the treatment of true stress urinary incontinence, and is associated with a high success rate and little morbidity. Endoscopic vesical neck suspension was performed in 60 patients, with cure of the incontinence in 49 (82 per cent). A higher success rate was achieved in patients without a prior hysterectomy and/or surgical procedure to correct incontinence. Abnormalities on urodynamic testing may be somewhat suggestive of outcome. However, these studies cannot be used to predict success or failure.

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Accession: 005359127

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PMID: 6502799

DOI: 10.1016/s0022-5347(17)50057-9



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