retropubic

ret·ro·pu·bic

(ret'rō-pyū'bik),
Posterior to the pubic bone.

retropubic

/ret·ro·pu·bic/ (ret″ro-pu´bik) posterior to the pubic arch.

retropubic

(rĕ″trō-pū′bĭk) [″ + ″]
Located behind the pubic bone.
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Blood loss during radical retropubic prostatectomy: relationship to morphologic features on preoperative endorectal magnetic resonance imaging.
Anti-incontinence sling is divided into retropubic route [sup][2] and obturator route:[sup][3] retropubic route embraces “down-up” and “up-down” approach to complete puncture of sling placement and obturator route consists of “inside-out” and “outside-in” approaches to complete the puncture sling placement.
In these procedures, surgeons place a long narrow strip of mesh under the urethra in a tension free manner using trocars passed via the retropubic or transobturator route.
A retrospective study by Molden and colleagues, for example, identified risk factors for midurethral sling revision: pre-existing obstructive voiding symptoms, retropubic sling type, and concurrent surgery.
6) reported the continence rates after radical retropubic prostatectomy, laparoscopic RP (LRP), and robot-assisted LRP (RALRP) as 79%, 84.
General versus spinal anesthesia with different forms of sedation in patients undergoing radical retropubic prostatectomy: results of a prospective randomized study.
Precision Biopsy has already enrolled 33 patients in its Retropubic Radical Prostatectomy study at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and the University of Colorado, more than half the number of patients required to complete this arm of the trial.
We treated a patient who had anaphylactic reaction after an intravenous injection of indigo carmine during radical retropubic prostatectomy.
Moderate-quality evidence indicates that the transobturator route and retropubic route provide similar rates of subjective and objective cure at up to 1 year (relative risk, 0.
The team of researchers included information from 81 trials in total, of which 55 made the direct comparison between the retropubic and transobturator routes.
For decades, the go-to prostate cancer surgery has been open retropubic radical prostatectomy, in which the surgeon removes the prostate through a five- to eight-inch incision in the lower abdomen.