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  • Effect of puboprostatic ligament reconstruction on continence recovery after robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy: our initial experience. [Journal Article]
    Minerva Urol Nefrol 2019; 71(3):230-239Puliatti S, Elsherbiny A, … Bianchi G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite anterior reconstruction of the puboprostatic ligament showed no significant effect on the overall continence, it showed earlier return to continence up to 6 months, which supports the theory that anterior puboprostatic reconstruction may provide better immediate continence and shorten the time to continence for RALP patients. However, most of the published literature showed better continence rates with the total anatomical reconstruction (combined anterior and posterior). Therefore, we started to offer patients in our center total anatomical reconstruction during RALP.
  • Literature review of factors affecting continence after radical prostatectomy. [Review]
    Saudi Med J 2017; 38(1):9-17Pacik D, Fedorko M
  • Radical prostatectomy (RP) is the most common cause of stress urinary incontinence (UI) in men. Several anatomic structures affect or may affect urinary continence - urethral sphincter, levator ani muscle, puboprostatic ligaments, bladder neck, endopelvic fascia, neurovascular bundle - and understanding of the anatomy of pelvic floor and urethra is crucial for satisfactory functional outcome of t…
  • Traumatic lesions of the posterior urethra. [Review]
    Actas Urol Esp 2016; 40(9):539-548Velarde-Ramos L, Gómez-Illanes R, … Portillo-Martín JA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite the classical association between posterior urethral lesions and pelvic fractures, the management of those lesions (whether immediate or deferred) remains controversial. Thanks to the growing interest in urethral disease, there are an increasing number of studies that help us achieve better management of these lesions.
  • The fascial suspension of the prostate: A cadaveric study. [Journal Article]
    Neurourol Urodyn 2017; 36(4):1131-1135Dalpiaz O, Anderhuber F
  • CONCLUSIONS: The anterior and posterior pelvic fascial structure seems to be important stabilizer for the prostate and proximal urethra. Their preservation or reconstruction during RP is mandatory to restore the anatomic and functional continuity of the bladder neck and urethra. Neurourol. Urodynam. 36:1131-1135, 2017. © 2016 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
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