suburethral


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suburethral

 [sub″u-re´thral]
beneath the urethra.

sub·u·re·thral

(sŭb'yū-rē'thrăl),
Beneath the male or female urethra.
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Traditionally, suburethral sling procedures were reserved for patients with recurrent stress urinary incontinence.
Rogerson, "Minimally invasive synthetic suburethral sling operations for stress urinary incontinence in women," Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, vol.
Rather than a poke, the midurethral incision is long enough--about 1.5 cm--for me to reach a finger behind the obturator internus muscle after having sharply dissected the suburethral tissue and fascia.
The Male Remeex System, another adjustable male sling, was introduced in Spain and consists of a suburethral sling made of monofilament polypropylene mesh that is connected to a suprapubic regulator called a varitensor through 2 monofilament traction sutures.
It was then taken out to the pelvic sidewall and, using a Bovie electrocautery device, the vagina was then transected laterally to the vaginal sidewall on either angle giving a wide margin around the suburethral mass.
Trans-obturator suburethral tape for female stress incontinence: a cohort of 254 women with 1 -year to 2 -year follow-up.
Recurrent stress urinary incontinence after dislodged screws in patient with bone-anchored suburethral sling.
The etiology of acquired urethral diverticula is recurrent infection of the periurethral glands with obstruction, suburethral abscess formation, and rupture of the glands into the urethral lumen.
Other procedures included the following: a suburethral sling, an enterocele repair, and levator ani placation.
The experts say that minimally invasive synthetic suburethral sling operations were found to be just as effective as traditional sling operations, with short-term cure rates of 80 per cent.