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Evidence-based Practice In Urogynaecology.
A. Smith, P. Higgs
Published 2003 · Medicine
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Urogynaecology practice is rapidly progressing, with a trend towards minimally invasive techniques. This article attempts to cover the evidence behind the assessment and treatment of urinary and anal incontinence, and vaginal prolapse.
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