App facilitates assessment of urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome


Bradley A. Erickson, MD, MS, discusses what he and his co-authors learned from developing a mobile app for assessing urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome.

In this interview, Bradley A. Erickson, MD, MS, discusses the recent Urology Practice study, "A Mobile Phone Application (App) for Assessing Daily Variation in Pain Location and Pain Intensity in Patients With Urologic Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (UCPPS): A MAPP Network Study," for which he served as a study author. Erickson is professor of urology at the University of Iowa, Iowa City.

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