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Impact of professionalism on injuries in rugby union
Objectives—To measure the frequency and nature of injuries occurring in competitive matches since professionalism was introduced in rugby union. Methods—The cohort study previously conducted inExpand
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Impact of previously unrecognized benign prostatic hyperplasia on the daily activities of middle-aged and elderly men.
To assess the importance of benign prostatic hyperplasia on activities of daily living, a cross-sectional survey of 1627 men aged 40-79 years (representing a 65% response rate) registered with twoExpand
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Sexual Health Attitudes, Knowledge, and Clinical Behaviors
This article explores the impact of practitioners’ attitudes and knowledge of sexual health on clinical behaviors. Sexual health topics are often areas of concern for clients of any age inExpand
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Ultrasonically determined patterns of enlargement in benign prostatic hyperplasia.
A series of 430 men aged 40 to 79 years underwent transrectal ultrasonography (TRUS) as part of a community survey of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). We describe a reproducible method of prostateExpand
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Three-year follow-up of a community-based cohort of men with untreated benign prostatic hyperplasia.
OBJECTIVE To describe changes over 3 years in urinary symptom severity and bothersomeness and in interference caused by symptoms in selected everyday activities in a cohort of men with untreatedExpand
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Children’s Attributions of Community Violence Exposure and Trauma Symptomatology
This study examines the association between community violence exposure and trauma symptomatology among young children (6–16 years; N = 120). Further, the study explores whether children’sExpand
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Benign prostatic hyperplasia in an unselected community-based population: a survey of urinary symptoms, bothersomeness and prostatic enlargement.
OBJECTIVES To determine the prevalence of (anatomical) benign prostatic hyperplasia/enlargement (BPH/BPE) in an unselected population and to assess the relationships between BPE, urinary flow ratesExpand
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Perceptions of urinary symptoms and health-care-seeking behaviour amongst men aged 40-79 years.
BACKGROUND Little is known about why men fail to seek medical help for urological symptoms. AIM This study was designed to document men's perceptions of urinary symptoms and to increaseExpand
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Use of a 7-day diary for urinary symptom recording.
A cohort of 254 men, aged 40-79 years, was followed up at 1 year in a community-based survey of benign prostatic hyperplasia. Immediately after completing a questionnaire about the occurrence of 12Expand
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