Stress incontinence: why and how operations work.

@article{Stanton1985StressIW,
  title={Stress incontinence: why and how operations work.},
  author={Stuart L. Stanton},
  journal={Clinics in obstetrics and gynaecology},
  year={1985},
  volume={12 2},
  pages={369-77}
}
We still remain uncertain of the precise mode of cure produced by many continence procedures. In achieving a cure, some operations produce unacceptable side-effects of urge incontinence and voiding difficulty. True comparison of results of different procedures cannot be made until both subjective and objective results are presented, the criteria for patient entry are documented, and randomized studies, using matched patients as far as possible (taking into account factors such as the patient's… CONTINUE READING

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