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Urinary Incontinence: Does It Increase Risk For Falls And Fractures?

J. Brown, E. Vittinghoff, J. Wyman, K. Stone, M. Nevitt, K. E. Ensrud, D. Grady
Published 2000 · Medicine

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OBJECTIVE: To determine if urge urinary incontinence is associated with risk of falls and non‐spine fractures in older women.
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