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Endoscopic suspension of the vesical neck for stress urinary incontinence in females stameys procedure



Endoscopic suspension of the vesical neck for stress urinary incontinence in females stameys procedure



Nishinihon Journal of Urology 46(2): 355-362



Needle urethrovesical suspension procedure for stress urinary incontinence in women was described by Pereyra (1959). Since the procedure is blindly performed, the incidence of bladder injury, urethral injury, or passage of suspending wire through the bladder or urethra cannot be avoided in some cases. In this paper, a modification of Stamey's procedure is presented. The main contribution of Stamey was the introduction of cystoscopy, which ensures proper suture placement and helped avoid injury to the bladder and urethra it confirmed adequate bladder neck suspension after the sutures were placed. This procedure is not inferior to open surgery, such as the Marshall-Marchetti-Krantz operation.

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