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A Randomized Double-Blind Crossover Trial of Intradetrusor Injection of Botulinum A Toxin for Severe and Refractory Idiopathic Detrusor Overactivity in Women

Paul Duggan
Int Arch Urol Complic Volume 3, Issue 4

Abstract: Intradetrusor injection of onabotulinum A toxin (BTX-A) is an effective regimen for the highly prevalent condition in women of overactive bladder. The optimal dose of BTX-A has not been definitively established. Women (n = 13) with overactive bladder including urge incontinence refractory to at least two different oral/transdermal anticholinergic regimens and who had idiopathic detrusor overactivity were randomized to 100-unit and 200-unit doses utilizing a double-blinded crossover design.

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Case Report Open Access

Embolization in the Treatment of a Major Retropubic Hemorrhage Following Tension-Free Vaginal Tape: A Case Report and Literature Review

Margrethe Foss Hansen, Mads Henrik Carstensen, Jens Prien-Larsen and Lars Alling-Møller
Int Arch Urol Complic Volume 3, Issue 4

Abstract: 55-year-old para 2 woman was brought to the emergency department following insertion of a tension-free vaginal tape complaining of lower abdominal pain and vertigo. The subsequent angiography localized a significant bleeding from the right obturator artery and a retropubic hematoma 17.5 cm × 10.0 cm in size.

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Research Article Open Access

Evaluation of Functional Bladder Recovery in Patients with a Chronic Foley Catheter for Urinary Retention: A Randomized, Prospective, Blind and Comparative Study with 18 Months of Follow-up

João Antonio Pereira-Correia, Rodrigo Furtado Miranda, Gustavo Fiedle, Marco Antonio de Azambuja Corsetti and Valter José Fernandes Muller
Int Arch Urol Complic Volume 3, Issue 4

Abstract: To analyze the repercussions of chronic Foley catheter use in patients with urinary retention on the functional recovery of the bladder following corrective surgery.

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Case Report Open Access

Aggressive Angiomyxoid Tumour - A Very Rare Pathologic Finding in the Urinary Bladder Co-existing with Pregnancy

OBI-NJOKU OBINNA, Coscione Alberto and Hiten Patel
Int Arch Urol Complic Volume 3, Issue 4

Abstract: The bladder is an uncommon site for an aggressive Angiomyxoid tumour. We present a case of a 23-year-old primigravida who suffered no urinary symptoms and was referred due to an incidental bladder finding on ultrasound scan and went on to have a rigid cystoscopy and resection of lesion which was confirmed by histology to be an aggressive Angiomyxoid tumour.

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