A new component available with the A.M.I. ATOMS System for treatment of male urinary incontinence now offers both surgeon and patient the benefits of single-incision surgery. Designed to allow post-operative adjustment without surgical reintervention, the original ATOMS system comprises a small silicone cushion placed under the bulbar urethra and a coin-sized access port for adjusting the volume of liquid in the cushion. Up until now, this access port has been placed subcutaneously in the suprasymphyseal region. Presented by medical device manufacturer A.M.I. for the first time at the 28th Annual Congress of the European Association of Urology held recently in Milan, and currently on display at the American Urological Association’s Annual Meeting in San Diego, the new access port is designed for placement in the scrotum instead. This development means even less invasive surgery and a high level of convenience, without compromising the proven performance of the existing device. Read more …..