Comparing effectiveness of combined transobturator tension-free vaginal mesh (Perigee) and transobturator tension-free vaginal tape (TVT-O) versus anterior colporrhaphy and TVT-O for associated cystocele and urodynamic stress incontinence
European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, 06/17/2011
Lau HY et al. – The combination of the Perigee system and transobturator tension–free vaginal tape (TVT–O) offers a safe and effective treatment for cystocele with urodynamic stress incontinence (UDSI) and may be performed as first–line treatment.
A retrospective study of 115 patients with symptomatic stages 2–3 cystocele and UDSI who were treated with a Perigee system (Group I, n=68) plus TVT-O procedure or traditional anterior colporrhaphy (Group II, n=47) plus TVT-O procedure.
All patients were followed up for more than 1 year.
Objective and subjective symptoms were evaluated at one year postoperatively.
Statistical analysis was performed using SPSS software.
The objective cure rates for cystocele at one year were significantly higher in Group I than in Group II (98.5% and 86.9%, P=0.018), respectively.
The cure rates for UDSI in the two groups were 91.0% vs. 91.3% (P=1.000).
Symptomatic improvement of frequency was better in Group I than Group II (87.7% vs. 70.0%, P=0.030).
There were no significant differences with regard to intraoperative and postoperative complications between the two groups.
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