VJPU 2016; 2: 098
The Mini-Jupette: An Adjunctive Procedure to Inflatable Penile Prosthesis for Minimal Stress Incontinence Following Radical Prostatectomy
Steven Wilson, Faysal Yafi, Robert Andrianne, Jeffrey Brady, Daniel Chevalier, Kenneth Delay, Antoine Faix, Georgios Hatzichristodoulou, Wayne Hellstrom, Danair Osmonov, Sun Hung Park, M. David Schwalb, Robert Valenzuela, Koenraad van Rentherghem
Erectile Dysfunction, Incontinence, inflatable penile prosthesis, male sling
This video reports the early success of applying a graft between the corporotomies during inflatable penile prosthesis implantation. When the implant is partially inflated, the graft compresses the urethra eliminating minimal stress incontinence. The authors report 30 patients. 18 have 6 months follow up with 88% completely dry. The procedure was invented by Professor Robert Andrienne of Liege Belgium for climacturia following radical prostatectomy. This report has short follow up but the early results seem to predict it will also be effective for the much more prevalent mild stress incontinence following radical prostatectomy.
Coloplast of Minneapolis MN helped fund the production of this video
The principal author Wilson has disclosures of consultant for Abeon, Boston Scientific, Coloplast, NeoTract and Sontec. He is a stock holder in NeoTract.
None as this is a new previously unreported procedure.