Role of the four-corner bladder neck suspension to correct stress incontinence with a mild to moderate cystocele.

@article{Dmochowski1997RoleOT,
  title={Role of the four-corner bladder neck suspension to correct stress incontinence with a mild to moderate cystocele.},
  author={Roger R Dmochowski and Philippe E Zimmern and Kumaresan Ganabathi and Larry T. Sirls and Gary E. Leach},
  journal={Urology},
  year={1997},
  volume={49 1},
  pages={35-40}
}
OBJECTIVES Women undergoing four-corner bladder neck suspension were evaluated for subjective and objective results of the procedure. Patients were evaluated for continence, prolapse, and symptomatic status postoperatively. METHODS Forty-seven women underwent four-corner bladder neck suspension for moderate cystocele with (44) or without (3) stress urinary incontinence. Mean and median follow-up were 37 months (range 15 to 80). To assess results of the four-corner bladder neck suspension, two… CONTINUE READING