Jurnalul de Chirurgie
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CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ANATOMICAL STUDY OF SURGICAL AND THERAPEUTIC STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
C. Zanoschi (1), D. Niculescu (2), D. St. Antohe (1), A.H. Nedelcu (1),
Simona Niculescu (3), Graţiela Grosu (2), Ana Maria Enăchescu (2)
(1) Anatomy Department, University of Medicine Iaşi,
(2) First Surgical Clinic, “St Spiridon” University Hospital Iaşi
(3) First Obstretical and Gynecology Clinic, “Cuza Vodă” Hospital Iaşi
Jurnalul de chirurgie 2010; 6 (4): 552-561
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Abstract:

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is the pathological condition characterized by involuntary loss of urine produced by abdominal-loaded loops of various acts during physiological or physical effort. In the present paper attempts a review of anatomical and physiological elements contributing to the urethral occlusive function on the one hand, and on the other hand, taking into account the data obtained was tested theoretical foundations of a method for treatment of SUI in the First Surgical Clinic, St. Spiridon Hospital with of polypropylene strip attached by suspenders obturator. Test strips acting effort by supporting the urethra and causing local reactions conjunctive proliferation strip encompassing a fibrous reaction. Method of suspension of the urethra and bladder neck, and their support made the obturator fixed strip, make the filling of two factors anatomic occlusal function of the urethra, namely the fasteners and the support, as factors that come to function effectively sealing elements themselves.

KEY WORDS: STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE, ANATOMICAL STUDY, SUSPENSION PROCEDURES

Correspondence to: Associate Professor C. Zanoschi, MD, PhD, Anatomy Department, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Iaşi, str. Universităţii, nr.16, Iaşi, România .



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