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Every contribution to the PFD Research Foundation builds a stronger future for female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery and is a great way to honor the work and passion of those we respect. We research causes, prevention, cure and treatment of pelvic floor disorders....


Are you looking for a new job or trying to fill a position? AUGS Career Center is the only FPMRS-specific job board. As a job seeker, you will be able to save your resume and set up job alerts. As an employer, you will have access to post, track engagement on your post and...


Following standardized operating procedures in accordance with the process described in the WHO handbook for guideline development, WHO has issued a new recommendation on the length of bladder catheterization...

source: WHO

Definitions for urinary tract infections are heterogeneous and frequently absent in the literature reporting on onabotulinumtoxinA for the treatment of overactive bladder and/or neurogenic bladder. Given...

source: Journal of Urology

Medical treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms is a very active research field with recently approved drugs for nocturia (desmopressin acetate nasal spray/orally disintegrated tablet) and numerous emerging drugs in overactive bladder,...

source: European Urology Focus

Regardless of practice setting, surgical volumes are low and few general OB/GYN board examinees report that they perform comprehensive FPMRS ± apical support surgery. The practice environment may affect providers' management of patients with pelvic floor disorders.

source: International Urogynecology Journal


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