Surgeons weigh in on MUS surgery for patients with stress urinary incontinence

“I think the surgeon voice is an important voice to be heard because there's not a lot of avenues for surgeons to be able to be honest and share all the things they've learned and all the things they've experienced with their patients,” says Una Lee, MD, FPMRS.

In this video, Una Lee, MD, FPMRS, and Wai Lee, MD, discuss the takeaways of the Journal of Urology study, “The evolving story of mesh mid-urethral slings: the surgeon’s perspective.” Una Lee is a urologist in the departments of urology, pelvic floor center, and transgender health at the Virginia Mason Medical Center, Bellevue, Washington, and Wai Lee is the director of female pelvic medicine & reconstructive surgery at the Smith Institute for Urology, Northwell Health, New Hyde Park, New York.