New complication associated with collagen injections for incontinence

  • Published 2006 in Nature Clinical Practice Urology

Abstract

plausibly predispose affected men to BPHassociated hematuria; finasteride treatment might prevent such bleeding and could reduce morbidity and need for surgery. Increased duration of finasteride treatment correlated positively with the decline in PSA values and with suppression of angiogenesis; these effects were evident after only 10 weeks of finasteride… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ncpuro0623

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@article{2006NewCA, title={New complication associated with collagen injections for incontinence}, author={}, journal={Nature Clinical Practice Urology}, year={2006}, volume={3}, pages={574-574} }