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28/06/2007

Medical and sexual comorbidities in urogynaecology in the lifespan: clinical approach


Graziottin A.
Medical and sexual comorbidities in urogynaecology in the lifespan: clinical approach
Norvegian National Congress of Obstetricians and Urologists, Oslo, Norway, November 4, 2006, Abstract Book, p. 12

Embriologic affinity, anatomic contiguity, hormonal sensitivity, vulnerability to reproductive, coitus-related and iatrogenic and/or traumatic events, contribute to the frequent and yet neglected co-morbidity between Urinary Incontinence (UI), Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) and Female Sexual Dysfunctions (FSD), specifically genital arousal disorders, dyspareunia and orgasmic difficulties.

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