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Evidence-based medicine drives new approach to SUI

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The lifetime risk of undergoing surgery for incontinence or vaginal prolapsein the United States is nearly one in 11. As our population ages and lifeexpectancies increase, a greater number of women will present with pelvicfloor and voiding disorders. Because of this, there is significant interestin using evidence-based research to assess current diagnostic tools in theevaluation of stress urinary incontinence (SUI), as well as new potentialtreatments.

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