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Complications associated with transobturator sling procedures: analysis of 233 consecutive cases with a 27 months follow-up

Isabelle Kaelin-Gambirasio, Sandrine Jacob, Michel Boulvain, Jean-Bernard Dubuisson and Patrick Dällenbach*

BMC Women's Health 2009, 9:28  doi:10.1186/1472-6874-9-28

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Shaun Fountain   (2009-11-05 08:57)  Salisbury District Hospital UK email

Great series very useful for patient information.
It would be reassuring to know that the two deaths reported were not related to the tape procedure.

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