What is TOT Procedure?

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A TOT Procedure (Trans-obturator tape procedure) provides support to the bladder by placing a synthetic mesh (which acts as a sling) under the mid-portion of the bladder neck (urethra) through a small incision in the vagina. It is used for treatment of incontinence.

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