Prior Radiation Exposure Should Not Effect The Outcomes Derived From The Implantation Of An Artificial Urinary Sphincter

The possibility of having incontinence as a side effect from all of the primary prostate cancer treatments is significant. Incontinence is not an either or thing as the degree of incontinence varies from individual to individual. Those men having significant levels of inconvenience find that their quality of life is significantly damaged in some cases to the point that we are unable to live our life. We cannot go to the theater, take an airplane, meet friends or family outside our own home, etc.  Life becomes difficult and unhappy. The most common procedure to combat this level of incontinence is [...]