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AN ASSESSMENT OF URODYNAMIC EXAMINATION IN INCONTINENT WOMEN

G. Jarvis, S. Hall, S. Stamp, D. R. Millar, A. Johnson
Published 1980 · Medicine

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Urodynamic investigation was performed in 100 consecutive incontinent women. The clinical diagnosis was confirmed in only 65 women and management was significantly altered in 31 women. Pressure‐flow studies should precede, whenever possible, the treatment of incontinent patients.
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