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Extended bladder neck incision for outflow obstruction in male patients

, : Extended bladder neck incision for outflow obstruction in male patients. British Journal of Urology 55(2): 225-228

Male patients, (32) with mechanical or functional bladder outlet obstruction were treated by bilateral endoscopic bladder neck incision. In 3 cases a repeat incision was necessary. Subjective cure or improvement was obtained in 81%. Objective evaluation, including uroflowmetry and residual urine measurements, showed a similar improvement. Bladder neck incision takes only a few minutes, it is simple and less traumatic than transurethral resection. The etiology of impaired micturition and the value of urodynamic assessment are discussed and some attention devoted to the problem of postoperative retrograde ejaculation.

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Accession: 005432550

PMID: 6839100

DOI: 10.1111/j.1464-410x.1983.tb06562.x

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