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Urinary Incontinence, Urge
The Refractory Overactive Bladder: Sacral NEuromodulation vs. BoTulinum Toxin Assessment: ROSETTA trial.
Validation of a real-time urodynamic measure of urinary sensation.
Evaluation of urgency in women, with a validated Urgency, Severity and Impact Questionnaire (USIQ).
Tolterodine causes measurable restoration of urethral sensation in women with urge urinary incontinence.
Correlates and predictors of patient satisfaction with drug therapy and combined drug therapy and behavioral training for urgency urinary incontinence in women.
Bowel function, sexual function, and symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse in women with and without urinary incontinence.
Patient-centered surgical outcomes: the impact of goal achievement and urge incontinence on patient satisfaction one year after surgery.
Burch colposuspension versus fascial sling to reduce urinary stress incontinence.
Aging and overactive bladder may be associated with loss of urethral sensation in women.
Mixed incontinence is more bothersome than pure incontinence subtypes.
Behavioral therapy to enable women with urge incontinence to discontinue drug treatment: a randomized trial.
The effects of drug and behavior therapy on urgency and voiding frequency.
Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Women With Female Genital Mutilation.
The First Injection: Rates of Urinary Retention in Women With Urgency Incontinence Treated With Intravesical OnabotulinumtoxinA Injection.
Botulinum toxin: new option for refractory lower urinary tract symptoms in women.
Risk factors associated with urge incontinence after continence surgery.
Adherence to behavioral interventions for urge incontinence when combined with drug therapy: adherence rates, barriers, and predictors.
Phenotyping of Urinary Urgency Patients Without Urgency Incontinence, and Their Comparison to Urgency Incontinence Patients: Findings From the LURN Study.