Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 20th, 2003
University of Melbourne scientists, who developed the technique, have now licensed the intellectual property to Continence Control Systems International P/L (CCS), an Australian company created to commercialize the technology.
The research team from three university departments (anatomy, zoology and surgery) found a way of creating a ring of muscle from the patient's own body and transplanting it to the bladder where it acts as a replacement sphincter. One of the causes of the most...
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