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Surgery for female stress urinary incontinence
Department of Surgery, Division of Urology, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
Mar  1995 (Vol.  2, Issue  11, Pages( 33 - 37)


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  • With the advent of magnetic resonance imaging, the treatment of female incontinence has undergone a renaissance. This change has primarily been due to superior understanding of anatomy and function of the supports of the urethra, bladder neck and bladder base in the female pelvis.

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