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Velopment of neurogenic bladder. J urol. 2001 mar ;165 (3):903-4  11176503  an unusual presenting symptom of sarcoidosis: neurogenic bladder dysfunction. [my paper] i y kim , d s elliott , d a husmann , t b boone scott department of urology, baylor college of medicine, houston, texas, usa. J urol. 2001 feb ;165 (2):413-5  11176385  cit:16 combined stent and artificial urinary sphincter for management of severe recurrent bladder neck contracture and stress incontinence after prostatectomy: a long-term evaluation. [my paper] d s elliott , t b boone scott department of urology, baylor college of medicine, houston, texas, usa. Purpose concurrent incontinence and severe recurrent bladder neck contracture following radical prostatectomy are difficult to manage. Recurrent anastomotic strictures following repeat transurethral incisions and resections, and the need for frequent instrumentation are contraindications for artificial urinary sphincter placement. viagra for sale cheap viagra for sale cheap viagra viagra for sale cheap generic viagra viagra online cheap generic viagra cheap viagra online cheap generic viagra classicmotocrossimages.com/mbs-buy-viagra-online-go/ Usually treatment alternatives for these patients consist of some form of urinary diversion or chronic catheter drainage. We evaluated our results using a urolume stent across the bladder neck contracture followed by placement of an artificial urinary sphincter. Materials and methods after failed multiple (mean incisions 4. 4) attempts at conservative management of anastomotic stricture 9 men were treated with a urolume urethral stent across the contracture followed by artificial urinary sphincter placement after appropriate epithelialization of the stent was confirmed. Results all patients were followed for a mean of 17. 5 months. Mean pad use per day decreased from 6. 5 to 0. 7 before and after artificial urinary sphincter placement, respectively. Two patients reported mild persistent perineal discomfort and 1 had a recurrent contracture after stent placement, which was successfully managed with placement of a second overlapping stent. Overall, 89% of the patients were satisfied with the results. Conclusions urolume stent placement followed by artificial urinary sphincter can be a successful method for treating recurrent severe bladder neck contracture and incontinence. There is minimal morbidity with the procedures, and the combination offers a much more attractive treatment alternative compared to urinary diversion or chronic catheter drainage. Latest similar papers: curr urol rep. 2012 aug 4;:   22865207  bladder augmentation and urinary diversion for neurogenic luts: current indications. [my paper] kamran p sajadi , howard b goldman division of urology, oregon health & science university, ch10u, 3303 sw bond ave, portland, or, 97239, usa, kpsajadi@gmail. Com. Augmentation cystoplasty and urinary diversion are no longer commonplace in the management of patients with neurogenic bladder, but remain an important surgical treatment for those with.  

 
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