AUS

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AcronymDefinition
AUSAustralia
AUSAustria
AUSAmerican University of Sharjah
AUSAbdominal Ultrasound
AUSArbeiten Unter Spannung (German: Work under Stress)
AUSArmy of the United States
AUSAssistant Under Secretary of State
AUSAuto Update Server
AUSApple User Service
AUSAccess Units
AUSAnnual of Urdu Studies (journal)
AUSAutomated Underwriting System (banking/loans/finance)
AUSAssociation of University Staff
AUSArtificial Urinary Sphincter
AUSAre You Serious?
AUSArts Undergraduate Society
AUSAuthority Services
AUSAuto Update Server (Cisco)
AUSAmerican Uveitis Society (ophthalmology; est. 1990)
AUSArcadis United States (Highlands Ranch, CO)
AUSAcute Urethral Syndrome
AUSAdvanced Underwriting Service (National Underwriter Co.)
AUSArchitecture, Urbanisme, Société (French: Architecture, Planning, Society; est. 2009)
AUSAustin, TX, USA - Austin Bergstrom International (Airport Code, formerly Robert Mueller Municipal Airport)
AUSAdvanced Upper Stage
AUSAssociate of the University of Surrey (UK)
AUSAtlantic Universities Sport (Canadian group)
AUSAutomated Uncoupling System (railroad)
AUSAugusta and Summerville Railroad Company
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Outcomes of artificial urinary sphincter placement in men after radical cystectomy and orthotopic urinary diversions for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence: The University of Southern California experience.
Management of urinary incontinence after prostatec-itomy with the artificial urinary sphincter.
Do clinical or urodynamic parameters predict artificial urinary sphincter outcome in post-radical prostatectomy incontinence?
12] In a review, Venn et al analyzed the outcome of 100 patients in whom an artificial urinary sphincter was implanted for more than 10 years ago.
Incontinence after prostatectomy: the artificial urinary sphincter.
The main treatments, the artificial urinary sphincter (AUS) and male sling, differ in mechanism.
When intrinsic urethral deficiency is the primary cause, treatment options include bulking agents (grade B), bladder neck slings (grade A)/retropubic MUS and artificial urinary sphincter (grade B).
Available surgical options for the treatment of SUI include injectables, adjustable balloon therapy, slings, and the artificial urinary sphincter (AUS); the AUS is considered the gold standard for treatment.