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slings represent one of the less invasive options for postprostatectomy SUI, and a more recent addition is the transobturator sling (TOT), the Ad-Vance[R] (8,9).
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The knowledge that BoNT-A also affects the sensory nerves resulted in administering BoNT-A injections into the trigone and suburethral
area; consequently, vesicoureteral reflux was not observed after trigonal injections.
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sling procedures have long been a mainstay in the surgical treatment for female stress urinary incontinence.
Under general anesthesia, a suburethral
vertical incision was made and the vaginal epithelium was dissected laterally off the underlying urethra and periurethral tissues.
 Women were offered various operations, for example, suburethral
(Kelly) plication, Stamey retropubic needle urethropexy, open or laparoscopic Burch colposuspension, and Aldridge fascial suburethral
incision is larger--just over a centimeter--and is made through a full thickness of skin under the area of hydrodissection, but not so deep as to injure the urethra.