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A Comparative Study Of Pelvic Floor Training And Electrical Stimulation For The Treatment Of Genuine Female Stress Urinary Incontinence

I. Hahn, S. Sommar, M. Fall
Published 1991 · Medicine

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Twenty women with pure genuine stress urinary incontinence were randomly allocated to 6 months of pelvic floor training or intravaginal electrical stimulation. The result was evaluated with a pad test and patients' rating of efficacy. Patients not cured by the first treatment given were offered the other one. A long‐term follow‐up was done 4 years after concluding treatment.
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