Continence and sexual function after radical prostatectomy. Practitioner 2014;258 (1768):10

Continence and sexual function after radical prostatectomy

24 Feb 2014Pais-up subscribers

Younger men with good function before surgery are likely to maintain their level of sexual function and continence following prostatectomy, research published in European Urology has shown. Two studies followed more than 1,700 consecutive radical prostatectomy patients of a single ‘high-volume’ surgeon. Patients were followed up at 3, 6, 12, 24, 96 and 120 months using a series of validated questionnaires. [With external links to the current evidence base]

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