Occurrence of selected lower urinary tract symptoms in patientsof a day hospital for neurotic disorders.

@article{Sobaski2016OccurrenceOS,
  title={Occurrence of selected lower urinary tract symptoms in patientsof a day hospital for neurotic disorders.},
  author={Jerzy Sobański and Michał Skalski and Tomasz Golabek and Agata Świerkosz and Mikolaj Przydacz and Katarzyna Klasa and Krzysztof Rutkowski and Edyta Dembińska and Michał Mielimąka and Katarzyna Cyranka and Piotr L Chłosta and Dominika Dudek},
  journal={Psychiatria polska},
  year={2016},
  volume={50 6},
  pages={
          1181-1205
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To assess the occurrence of selected lower urinary tract symptoms in the population of patients with neurotic and personality disorders. METHODS This was a retrospective analysis of occurrence, co-existence and severity of two selected lower urinary tract symptoms in 3,929 patients in a day hospital for neurotic disorders. The KO "O" symptom checklist was used to measure the study variables. RESULTS Although the symptoms associated with micturition are not the most prevalent… 
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