[Young-Dees-Leadbetter's posterior urethral lengthening procedure for urinary incontinence: report of three cases].


Urinary incontinence caused by functional or anatomical incompetence of the urethral sphincter is one of the most challenging problems in urological surgery. Posterior urethral lengthening accomplished by tubularization of the trigonum, which was proposed by H. H. Young, J. E. Dees and G. W. Leadbetter, has been shown to improve the outcome in epispadia… (More)


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