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One or more keywords matched the following properties of A noninvasive bladder sensory test supports a role for dysmenorrhea increasing bladder noxious mechanosensitivity.

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has major subject area list Cystitis, Interstitial; Dysmenorrhea; Hyperalgesia; Pain Measurement; Ultrasonography
information resource reference Tu FF, Epstein AE, Pozolo KE, Sexton DL, Melnyk AI, Hellman KM. A noninvasive bladder sensory test supports a role for dysmenorrhea increasing bladder noxious mechanosensitivity. Clin J Pain. 2013 Oct; 29(10):883-90.
label A noninvasive bladder sensory test supports a role for dysmenorrhea increasing bladder noxious mechanosensitivity.

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