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Experience of stamey method for stress incontinence and cystocele vaginalis

Experience of stamey method for stress incontinence and cystocele vaginalis

Acta Urologica Japonica 34(1): 90-94

Endoscopic needle suspension of the vesical neck (Stamey) was used in 4 cases of stress incontinence and 4 cases of cystocele vaginalis. In cystocele vaginalis, this method was done following anterior colporrhaphy. In postoperative examination of chain cystourethrogram, posterior urethrovesical angle, anterior urethral inclination angle and base plate of bladder were remarkably improved. In the 13 other women with stress incontinence, chain cystourethrogram showed that posterior urethrovesical angle and anterior urethral inclination angel were greater and bladder base plate was lower in the older group (over 50 years) than in the younger group (under 50 years). These results indicated that there were some difference in the factors of stress incontinence between the younger group and older group with stress incontinence.

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