Transvaginal mesh sling shows good short-term results

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San Diego--The transvaginal permanent mesh sling provides a safe option with excellent early results for more difficult incontinence patients, such as those with lower leak point pressures or decreased urethral mobility, according to researchers at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle.

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