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Prior Radiation Exposure Should Not Effect The Outcomes Derived From The Implantation Of An Artificial Urinary Sphincter

The possibility of having incontinence as a side effect from all of the primary prostate cancer treatments is significant. Incontinence is not an either or thing as the degree of incontinence varies from individual to individual. Those men having significant levels of inconvenience find that their quality of life is significantly damaged in some cases [...]

Perioperative Complications following Artificial Urinary Sphincter Placement After Prostate Cancer Surgery

Urinary incontinence post-prostatectomy is a too common complaint from men. Although the actual degree of incontinence suffered ranges from being minor, or a simple and small amount of post urination dribble, to a complete and total inability to control any urine flow, the most bothersome issues that significantly affects a man’s quality of life (QoL) [...]

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