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The Overlap Of Storage, Voiding And Postmicturition Symptoms And Implications For Treatment Seeking In The USA, UK And Sweden: EpiLUTS

C. Sexton, K. Coyne, Z. Kopp, D. Irwin, I. Milsom, L. Aiyer, A. Tubaro, C. Chapple, A. Wein
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To assess the (i) the overlap between voiding, storage, and postmicturition symptoms; and (ii) the relative effect of bother and implications for treatment seeking within these symptom groups, using data from the EpiLUTS study.
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