Table 71Effects of augmentation on incontinence in children

StudyPre-op incontinence (count)Post-op incontinence (count)Other incontinence findings
Arikan 2000 (n=18) 94Unclear, but probably most 18/183/18
Mitsui 2008 (n=15) 11120/223/151 episode/wk: 1/15
2–3 episodes/wk: 1/15
Several episodes/day: 1/15
Small amount: 2/15
Moderate amount: 1/15
Kass 1983 (n=14) 101Unclear, but probably most 14/140/14
Lopez Pereira 2009 (n=32) 25Unclear, but probably most 32/320/32
Lopez Pereira 2008 (n=29) 105Unclear, but probably most 29/290/29
Beseghi 1994 (n=15) 95Not clear but stated that “urinary incontinence improved in all patients” 15/153/15
Fiorica 1987 (n=12) 996/122/12Of the 2 incontinent post-op, 1 needed pads and oxybutynin and the other described as not “satisfactory”.
MacNeily 2003 (n=17)* 10613/178/17
TOTAL141/147 (96%)17/147 (12%)

From: 8, Treatment to improve bladder storage

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