Susan L. Timmons

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Type III stress urinary incontinence due to severe intrinsic urethral weakness without significant urethrovesical descensus may be treated by periurethral injection, sling cystourethropexy, bladder neck reconstruction, or artificial urinary sphincter implantation. The rationale for procedure selection depends on a number of patient factors and the surgeon's(More)
Bladder reconstruction, either by augmentation or substitution enterocystoplasty, is a safe alternative to supravesical urinary diversion providing careful attention to preoperative selection, surgical technique, and postoperative review is observed. However, under the most optimal conditions an untoward outcome may occur. We reviewed our series of 100(More)
A technique using in situ local hypothermia via renal artery perfusion for in situ partial nephrectomy is described. This technique was applied in the case of a renal-cell carcinoma in the lower half of a solitary left kidney. The patient suffered no complications and at follow-up remains normotensive, with stable serum creatinine and no evidence of(More)
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