Outcome results of transurethral collagen injection for female stress incontinence: assessment by urinary incontinence score.

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PURPOSE We assessed the results of collagen injection for female sphincteric incontinence using strict subjective and objective criteria. MATERIALS AND METHODS We evaluated 63 consecutive women with sphincteric incontinence who underwent a total of 131 transurethral collagen injections. Sphincteric incontinence was confirmed by urodynamics. All patients… (More)

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@article{Groutz2000OutcomeRO, title={Outcome results of transurethral collagen injection for female stress incontinence: assessment by urinary incontinence score.}, author={Asnat Groutz and Jerry G. Blaivas and Stuart S. Kesler and Jeffrey P. Weiss and David C Chaikin}, journal={The Journal of urology}, year={2000}, volume={164 6}, pages={2006-9} }