Think twice about how you evaluate, treat recurrent UTIs

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Recurrent urinary tract infections are so common in our female patientsthat urologists and other clinicians give little thought to their evaluationand treatment. However, new research findings may lead to some small butimportant changes in our approach to this prevalent urologic problem.

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