This issue of the Urologic Clinics covers advancements in incontinence surgery. The authors represent a distinguished group of leaders in the field of incontinence surgery and they have summarized their approaches to a variety of interventions for incontinence in women (including prolapse and stress incontinence) and male incontinence. Because urinary incontinence is such a common problem in urologic practice, the procedures described herein will be helpful to practitioners so that patient care will be enhanced.
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- © Saunders 2011
- 21st March 2011
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Professor of Urologic Surgery, Vice Chair, Section of Surgical Sciences, Associate Surgeon in Chief, Associaye, Chief of Staff, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee