Vol 95, No 5 (2024)
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Treatment of female stress urinary incontinence after pelvic trauma

Olaf Pachcinski1, Sara Wawrysiuk1, Pawel Skorupski1, Katarzyna Skorupska1, Andrzej Semczuk1, Aneta Adamiak-Godlewska1
Pubmed: 37768017
Ginekol Pol 2024;95(5):416-417.

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