PMID: 10444152Aug 12, 1999Paper

Towards a noninvasive urodynamic diagnosis of infravesical obstruction

BJU International
R van Mastrigt, J J Pel

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Aug 29, 2003·Scandinavian Journal of Urology and Nephrology·Jesús SalinasFrancisco Arredondo
Feb 6, 2010·International Journal of Urology : Official Journal of the Japanese Urological Association·Hideo OzawaHiromi Kumon
Nov 17, 2009·World Journal of Urology·Brian A ParsonsMarcus J Drake
Dec 11, 2003·The Journal of Urology·Christopher Blake, Paul Abrams
Aug 10, 2006·Neurourology and Urodynamics·R van Mastrigt, J W N C Huang Foen Chung
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