Self-reported bladder function five years post-hysterectomy

@article{McPherson2005SelfreportedBF,
  title={Self-reported bladder function five years post-hysterectomy},
  author={Klim McPherson and A. Herbert and Andrew Judge and Aileen Clarke and Stephen A Bridgman and M. Maresh and C. Overton},
  journal={Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology},
  year={2005},
  volume={25},
  pages={469 - 475}
}
Summary We have examined the contribution of hysterectomy, compared with less invasive surgery, for dysfunctional uterine bleeding (DUB) on the prevalence of bladder problems five years after surgery. We report a prospective cohort study of over 25,000 women treated for benign cause menorrhagia by three types of surgery – transcervical endometrial resection/ablation and hysterectomy with or without bilateral oophorectomy. Postal questionnaires were sent five years after surgery investigating… Expand
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