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Midurethral Tissue Fixation System Sling – A ‘micromethod’ For Cure Of Stress Incontinence – Preliminary Report

P. Petros, P. Richardson
Published 2005 · Medicine

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Aims:  To assess the effectiveness of the Tissue Fixation System (TFS) in patients with stress incontinence. The TFS uses two small plastic anchors to fix an (adjustable) midurethral polypropylene mesh sling into the soft tissues below the pubic bone.
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