|Keywords||voiding dysfunction sling surgery incontinence|
|Target Audience||Urologists, Gynaecologists|
|Aims and Objectives|
Sling surgery is the most common procedure performed to treat stress urinary incontinence(SUI) in women. Although most of women obtain cure of incontinence after surgery, a small minority develops voiding dysfunction clinically manifested as significant post-void residual, poor flow rate, urgency and urgency incontinence or pelvic pain which quite often are not easy to deal with. In the absence of clear guidelines, evaluation and management of post-sling voiding dysfunction continues to be controversial particularly in regards to time and choices of therapy.
The aim of this workshop is to discuss the different options for the evaluation and management of voiding dysfunction after sling surgery for SUI.