Associations of selected lower urinary tract symptoms with biographical context in patients of a day hospital for neurotic disorders.

  title={Associations of selected lower urinary tract symptoms with biographical context in patients of a day hospital for neurotic disorders.},
  author={Michał Skalski and Jerzy Sobański and Tomasz Golabek and Agata Świerkosz and Katarzyna Klasa and Mikolaj Przydacz and Krzysztof Rutkowski and Edyta Dembińska and Michał Mielimąka and Katarzyna Cyranka and Piotr L Chłosta and Dominika Dudek},
  journal={Psychiatria polska},
  volume={50 6},
OBJECTIVES To assess the correlation of subjectively estimated biographical context and lower urinary tract symptoms reported by patients with neurotic and personality disorders. METHODS This was a retrospective analysis of the biographical context of co-existence of urinary frequency and urinary incontinence reported by 3,929 patients in a day hospital for treatment of neurotic disorders. The symptom checklists KO "0" were completed by patients prior to any treatment. RESULTS Urinary… 

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