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The Effect Of Urinary Incontinence And Overactive Bladder Symptoms On Quality Of Life In Young Women
C. H. van der Vaart, J. R. D. de Leeuw, J. P. Roovers, A. Heintz
Published 2002 · Medicine
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Objective To assess the consequences that the symptoms of urinary incontinence and an overactive bladder have on the quality of life in young, community‐dwelling women.
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