Urinary incontinence after treatment for localized prostate cancer.

Abstract

The incidence of incontinence after radical prostatectomy has ranged from 0 to 57% depending on the series and the type of incontinence considered. When total incontinence (not minimal stress incontinence) is reported, the average incidence is no more than 5%. This figure will increase with age, and in most series, approximately 10% of patients around the… (More)

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@article{Krane2000UrinaryIA, title={Urinary incontinence after treatment for localized prostate cancer.}, author={R. J. Krane}, journal={Molecular urology}, year={2000}, volume={4 3}, pages={279-86;discussion 287} }