volume 229, issue 3, P197-205 1980
DOI: 10.1007/bf02108312
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Abstract: We performed 82 operations for stage II or stage III urinary incontinence between January 1974 and August 1977. These patients were followed up after operation and examined by lateral urethrocystography. Significant morphological changes could be found in all four types of operations. There were no positive correlations between outcome of operation and alternations in the angles alpha and beta(Green). However, elevation and ventral dislocation of the apex of the angle beta seemed to be of importance in succesf…

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