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Prevalence of endometrial polyps and abnormal uterine bleeding in a Danish population aged 20–74 years
To estimate the prevalence of endometrial polyps and to investigate associated abnormal uterine bleeding in a Danish population aged 20–74 years.
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The standardization of terminology in nocturia: report from the standardization subcommittee of the International Continence Society
P. VAN KER REBROECK 1 , P. ABRAMS 2 , D. CHAIKIN 3 , J. DONOVAN 4 , D. FONDA 5 , S. JACKSON 6 , P. JENNUM 7 , T. JOHNSON 8 , G.R. LOSE 9 , A. MATTIASSON 10 , G.L. ROBER TSON 11 and J. WEISS 12 1Expand
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International Continence Society Good Urodynamic Practices and Terms 2016: Urodynamics, uroflowmetry, cystometry, and pressure‐flow study
The working group initiated by the ICS Standardisation Steering Committee has updated the International Continence Society Standard “Good Urodynamic Practice” published in 2002.
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[Postoperative urinary retention].
Postoperative retention of urine (PU) is a common complication which may occur after any surgical intervention. It may affect both sexes in all age groups and result in considerable morbidity. TheExpand
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Authors response to: Bacterial vaginosis in a cohort of Danish pregnant women: prevalence and relationship with preterm delivery, low birthweight and perinatal infections
OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence of bacterial vaginosis (BV) in the second trimester of pregnancy in a Danish population using the Schmidt criteria and to examine whether BV was associated withExpand
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Standardisation of urethral pressure measurement: Report from the standardisation sub‐committee of the International Continence Society
INTRODUCTIONUrethralpressuremeasurementsareusedtoassessurethralclosure and voiding function.The lack of general agreementon an explicit de¢nition of urethral pressure and standardi-sation of theExpand
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The risk of stress incontinence 5 years after first delivery.
OBJECTIVES We aimed to evaluate the impact of a first pregnancy and delivery on the prevalence of stress incontinence 5 years afterward. STUDY DESIGN This longitudinal cohort study included 278Expand
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The Symptom of Stress Incontinence Caused by Pregnancy Or Delivery in Primiparas
Three hundred five primiparas were interviewed repeatedly about stress incontinence before and during pregnancy and after delivery. Eleven (4%) had stress incontinence before pregnancy and 98 (32%)Expand
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Urinary incontinence: prevalence and risk factors at 16 weeks of gestation
Objective To evaluate the prevalence of urinary incontinence at 16 weeks of gestation and to identify possible maternal and obstetric risk factors.
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