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Because of the difficulties and complications that come with many treatments for urinary incontinence, doctors at West Virginia University Hospitals participated in a study of a new device that is available without a prescription....

source: KDKA-TV

This retrospective chart review study was conducted in a tertiary center. Women who had a ring with support pessary successfully fitted between January 2009 and December 2013 and had completed up to three years of...

source: Menopause

Rates of pelvic organ prolapse are not insignificant following hysterectomy. Re-support of the vaginal apex should be performed at the time of hysterectomy in those with or without a diagnosis of prolapse. Exposure to vaginal...

source: International Urogynecology Journal

Urinary incontinence is a burdensome condition with high prevalence in middle-aged to older women and an unclear etiology. Advances in our understanding of host-microbe interactions in the urogenital tract have stimulated...

source: URO Today

As physicians, we deliver quality care to both the patient and public and often possess a passion to use one's mind and hands. More recently, a growing duality between professional reward and the lamentable and impersonal business of medicine has placed undue pressure on...

source: Urology Times

The aim of this study was to compare learner satisfaction and experience with a table-mounted, projecting, high-definition telescopic camera system versus traditional learner observation during vaginal...

source: FPMRS


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