2022
DOI: 10.1590/s1677-5538.ibju.2022.0089
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Abstract: Purpose: To characterize the most common presentation and clinical risk factors for artificial urinary sphincter (AUS) cuff erosion to distinguish the relative frequency of symptoms that should trigger further evaluation in these patients. Materials and Methods: We retrospectively reviewed our tertiary center database to identify men who presented with AUS cuff erosion between 2007 -2020. A similar cohort of men who underwent AUS placement without erosion were randomly selected from the same database for sympt… Show more

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“…Dr. Diao and colleagues from USA performed in page 679 (6) a nice study about the signs and symptoms of artificial urinary sphincter cuff erosion and concluded that artificial urinary sphincther cuff erosion most commonly presents as localized scrotal inflamation symptoms. Obstructive voiding symptoms and worsening incontinence are also common.…”
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“…Dr. Diao and colleagues from USA performed in page 679 (6) a nice study about the signs and symptoms of artificial urinary sphincter cuff erosion and concluded that artificial urinary sphincther cuff erosion most commonly presents as localized scrotal inflamation symptoms. Obstructive voiding symptoms and worsening incontinence are also common.…”
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confidence: 99%