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Urethral Retro‐resistance Pressure: A New Clinical Measure Of Urethral Function

M. Slack, M. Tracey, K. Hunsicker, A. Godwin, B. Patel, M. Sumeray
Published 2004 · Medicine

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The urethral retro‐resistance pressure (URP) is a new retrograde measurement of urethral function. URP is the pressure required to achieve and maintain an open sphincter. The assessment of any potential diagnostic measure must include an evaluation in individuals both with and without disease. In this study, we examined URP values in women without urinary incontinence.
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