Methods Detrusor biopsies have been obtained from open operation evaluated patients with neurogenic detrusor overactivity(NDO)(n = 16)(group Ⅰ),and from patients with stress urinary incontinence(SUI) with stable,non-obstructed detrusors(n =10)(group Ⅱ). Connexin 43 mRNA and it's proteinum levels were evaluated using quantitative RT-PCR and Immunohistochemistry method.
Persistent postoperative voiding dysfunction is a known complication following female stress incontinence surgery.
The most common urodynamic diagnosis in men with leakage after prostatectomy is urodynamic stress incontinence usually due to intrinsic sphincter deficiency.
Numerous surgeries have been proposed for the treatment of genuine stress incontinence, with the goals to improve functional outcome and decrease complications and their associated morbidity.
The transvaginal retropubic urethropexy is used for the treatment of genuine stress incontinence with urethral hyper-mobility, and the transvaginal sling also may be used in the presence of intrinsic sphincteric deficiency.
The etiology of stress incontinence is not completely understood.
In all, 18 of 20 patients have become fully continent, 1 leaks only at night and 1 suffers postoperatively from urinary stress incontinence at 6 months after SDAF.
We detected defects and postoperative scarrings in the majority of the patients with postoperative urinary stress incontinence.
The sonographic pathomorphological findings of postoperative urinary stress incontinence are well correlated well with the clinical symptoms
Today, the absolute contraindications for this procedure are urinary stress incontinence, damaged rhabdosphincter, severely impaired renal and liver function, severe intestinal diseases or an oncologic situation requiring urethrectomy.
In parallel, 7 men and 21 women (age 39-83 years) also diagnosed with urinary stress incontinence were treated with standard transurethral endoscopic injections of collagen.