- Urinary Incontinence and voiding dysfunction
- Men: Stress Urinary Incontinence
- Men: Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
- Men: Transurethral Injection of Bulking Agents
- Men: Male Slings
- Men: Artificial Urinary Sphincter (AUS)
- Men: Adjustable continence device (Pro-ACT ) (Investigational)
- Women: Stress Urinary Incontinence
- Women: Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
- Women: Transurethral Injection of Bulking Agents
- Women: Minimally Invasive Slings
- Women: Adjustable Continence Device
- Urge Incontinence in men and women
- Behavior Modification, Pelvic floor Rehabilitation and Biofeedback
- Botox Injection
- Sacral Neuromodulation
- Percutenous Tibial Nerve Simulation (PTNS)
Men: Stress Urinary Incontinence
Stress Urinary incontinence occurs in men, when there is a defect in the sphincteric muscle (its nerve supply, or its supporting tissues). Defect in the sphincteric muscle, a condition known as Intrinsic sphincteric deficiency (ISD) can result from extensive pelvic surgery as prostate and colon surgery, pelvic radiation, pelvic trauma or neurologic problems as spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis or Parkinsonism.
The first step in proper management of urinary incontinence in men starts with proper diagnosis of the cause of the incontinence. This can be achieved by simple office procedure called Video-Urodynamic.
Dikranian, A H; Chien, Gary; Mikhail, A; Kaswick, J; Aboseif, S: Preoperative predictors of urinary incontinence
Dikranian, A H; Chien, Gary; Mikhail, A; Kaswick, J; Aboseif, S: Preoperative predictors of urinary incontinence after radical prostatectomy. J Urol. 169: 403, 2003.