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压力性尿失禁经闭孔尿道吊带悬吊术(TOT) - Medical Animation

 

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压力性尿失禁经闭孔尿道吊带悬吊术(TOT) - Medical Animation
医学动画文字记录:如果你患有压力性尿失禁,医生会建议你进行经闭孔尿道吊带悬吊术(TOT)手术。压力性尿失禁是指膀胱在身体活动时漏尿。手术开始前,医生会在腹部耻骨上方做两个小切口。在阴道做另一个小切口。通过这个切口将一根针插入身体,然后从腹部的一个切口出来。将一根连接在针上的网状带沿着这条路径牵拉。然后,用连接在网状带另一端的针,在另一侧重复这个过程。一旦网状带固定好,医生会将它调整到尿道后面以提供支撑。在皮下切断带的末端。手术结束时,将用缝线缝合阴道切口。耻骨切口可以用外科胶水或缝线缝合。手术后,网状带将支撑你的尿道,防止漏尿。随着时间的推移,网状带周围会形成瘢痕组织来固定它。要了解更多关于经闭孔尿道吊带悬吊术的内容,请咨询医生。

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