Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in men is defined as involuntary leakage of urine secondary to weakness of bladder outlet resistance. The condition is associated with significant deterioration of quality in life. Surgical treatment remains at the forefront of the treatment options and is associated with significant improvements in patient satisfaction.1,2 The burden of the disease goes beyond the physical aspect of incontinence and cost associated with it. The deterioration in quality of life as well as the psychological implications of the disease are quite significant. Multiple studies show a higher incidence of depression in patients who suffer from urinary incontinence after treatment for prostate cancer.3
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