Trans-obturator urethral sling for the surgical correction of female stress urinary incontinence: outside-in (Monarc) versus inside-out (TVT-O). Are the two ways reassuring?

@article{Debodinance2007TransobturatorUS,
  title={Trans-obturator urethral sling for the surgical correction of female stress urinary incontinence: outside-in (Monarc) versus inside-out (TVT-O). Are the two ways reassuring?},
  author={Philippe Debodinance},
  journal={European journal of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={133 2},
  pages={232-8}
}
INTRODUCTION In 2001, the trans-obturator route was proposed for the surgical positioning of tape with a view to avoiding the retropubic space and its disadvantages. The route, originally described outside-in by Delorme was presented inside-out by de Leval. Since then, anatomical discussions have attempted to prove that one technique is safer than the other. OBJECTIVE Demonstrating the safety of the two techniques through personal and published experience. MATERIAL AND METHODS Non… CONTINUE READING