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Curso Pre-congreso Gastroenterología 2010 Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

@inproceedings{Rao2018CursoPG,
  title={Curso Pre-congreso Gastroenterolog{\'i}a 2010 Pelvic Floor Dysfunction},
  author={S. Rao},
  year={2018}
}
  • S. Rao
  • Published 2018
  • Pelvic floor dysfunction often results from one or more disorders that affect the pelvic floor. These conditions are extremely common and affect up to 25% of the population. They cause significant comorbidity, affect quality of life and lead to psychological distress and work absenteeism. A working knowledge of these conditions and of the structure and function of the pelvic floor will enable a practicing gastroenterologist to better understand these disorders and hopefully better manage them… CONTINUE READING

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