Health status and quality of life of British men with lower urinary tract symptoms: results from the SF-36.

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OBJECTIVES To determine the extent to which urinary symptoms, and resulting bothersomeness interfere with daily activities and affect health status, as measured using the Medical Outcomes Study 36-item short form health survey (SF-36). METHODS Postal population survey in a British health region of 217 men aged 55 years and over known to have reported mild… (More)

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@article{Hunter1995HealthSA, title={Health status and quality of life of British men with lower urinary tract symptoms: results from the SF-36.}, author={D. Hunter and M D Mckee and Nick A. Black and Chris Sanderson}, journal={Urology}, year={1995}, volume={45 6}, pages={962-71} }