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Prevalence of unreported bowel symptoms in women with pelvic floor dysfunction and the impact on their quality of life
Introduction and hypothesisLittle information is available on the recurrent coexistence of pelvic organ prolapse (POP), urinary (UI) and/or anal (AI) incontinence and defecatory dysfunctions and theExpand
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Detecção de ambliopia, ametropias e fatores ambliogênicos em comunidade assistida por Programa da Saúde da Família no Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
OBJECTIVES: To determine amblyogenic factors and amblyopia prevalence in a Health Family assisted community area of Lapa (RJ); and to estimate in the same area the sensiblity and specificity amongExpand
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Assessment of pelvic floor muscles function with PERFECT and Ortiz methods: are they actually able to detect differences in pelvic floor dysfunction?
Frota I P R, Bezerra L R P S, Bombonato A, Vasconcelos Neto J A, Vasconcelos C T M, Karbage S A L, Augusto K L, Bilhar A P M, Lima A C, Bizarria L B, Macedo S R, Haddad J M 1. Hospital Geral deExpand
ATUAÇÃO FISIOTERAPÊUTICA EM PACIENTES PÓS-CIRURGIA DO CÂNCER DE MAMA: UMA REVISÃO BIBLIOGRÁFICA
O câncer de mama e a neoplasia de maior ocorrencia entre as mulheres, sendo considerado um problema de saude publica. Consequentemente e uma das causas de morbidade e mortalidade na mulher.Expand
Continence app: construction and validation of software for urinary incontinence prevention in postpartum women
In the navigation project, the Continence App content was divided into four informative cards: 1) Knowing the subject: information about anatomy and physiology of the pelvic floor, risk factors andExpand
Comparação entre oxibutinina, eletroestimulação do nervo tibial posterior e exercícios perineais no tratamento da síndrome da bexiga hiperativa
| The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of perineal exercises, transcutaneous electrostimulation of the posterior tibial nerve (TPTNS) and oxybutynin in women with overactiveExpand
Comparison of oxybutynin, electrostimulation of the posterior tibial nerve and perineal exercises in the treatment of overactive bladder syndrome
| The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of perineal exercises, transcutaneous electrostimulation of the posterior tibial nerve (TPTNS) and oxybutynin in women with overactiveExpand