A three-incision approach to treat persistent vaginal exposure and sinus tract formation related to ObTape mesh insertion

@article{Occhino2012ATA,
  title={A three-incision approach to treat persistent vaginal exposure and sinus tract formation related to ObTape mesh insertion},
  author={John A. Occhino and Elizabeth R. Casiano and Emanuel C. Trabuco and Christopher J. Klingele},
  journal={International Urogynecology Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={23},
  pages={1307-1309}
}
Mentor Corporation’s ObTape has been associated with considerable morbidity. An unacceptably high exposure rate has been noted, and in some cases, multiple procedures may be necessary for complete mesh removal. We evaluated a patient who had prior ObTape placement complicated with persistent vaginal discharge and granulation tissue formation related to… CONTINUE READING