A Clinical Approach to Urinary Incontinence in the Female

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Five hundred and twenty-eight female patients with urinary incontinence were studied and treated over a 10-year period. Details of management are given, including a description of a vaginal method of reconstruction of the anatomically incompetent bladder neck. The results of treatment of each group are discussed, and the importance of initial clinical recognition of the urinary outflow obstruction syndrome is stressed in order to institute correct treatment.

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