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Looking to reach out to your social media audience? Here’s some suggested tweets for this week. Simply click the link to generate a tweet to share with your followers. Mini-sling efficacy in obese versus non-obese patients for treatment of #StressUrinaryIncontinence...


The AUGS journal — Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery — invites new reviewers to participate. The current selected manuscripts are: Baseline understanding of urinary incontinence and prolapse in new urogynecology patients is poor and not predicted...


Join us in August for the next offering in the FPMRS Webinar Series: CG Anomalies: Aug. 16, 2017 at 7 pm Eastern Speaker: Margaret Mueller, MD Dr. Margaret Mueller hosts this month’s webinar, CG Anomalies. This webinar is 60 minutes in length and includes a 45-minute...


Join AUGS in Providence, RI from Oct. 3–7, 2017 for PFD Week 2017! PFD Week is the go-to meeting for healthcare professionals interested in or actively practicing Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. Register by Oct. 2 to receive the Advanced Discount!...


Ok FPMRS Fellows here is your chance to jump-start a research project and get involved in the AUGS-SGS Group of the Fellows’ Pelvic Research Network (FPRN®). Deadline for Preliminary Proposals: Sunday, Sept. 10 (midnight EST) Deadline for Final Proposals w/...


This paper aims to report the rationale, design, and the specific methodology of an ongoing nested observational study that will determine the association of the metabolite and microbial composition of stool with fecal incontinence (FI).

source: Neurourology and Urodynamics


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