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Year : 2007  |  Volume : 23  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 174-179

Male incontinence: Pathophysiology and management

Department of Urology, Wayne State University, USA

Correspondence Address:
Ajay K Singla
Suite 1017, Harper Professional Building, 4160 John R, Detroit, MI, 48201
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DOI: 10.4103/0970-1591.32070

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Post-prostatectomy incontinence in men is a devastating condition. It impacts the quality of life profoundly. Various types of male sling procedures have been introduced over the years. Bone anchored male sling appears to be effective and safe in intermediate term follow up. It certainly more effective than collagen implant and may provide alternative treatment option in patient with mild to moderate incontinence. In short term, other novel procedures seem to be promising. In spite of new technology, artificial urinary sphincter continues to provide high patient satisfaction and cure rates.

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