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Prospective study of extracorporeal magnetic innervation pelvic floor therapy (EXMI) versus standard pelvic floor training following radical prostatectomy. Impact on timing and magnitude of recovery of continence.

Nowak, M; Jordan, M; Haberl, S; Herwig, R; Kuehhas, F; Brausi, M; Kaisary, AEA; (2007) Prospective study of extracorporeal magnetic innervation pelvic floor therapy (EXMI) versus standard pelvic floor training following radical prostatectomy. Impact on timing and magnitude of recovery of continence. European Urology Supplements , 6 (2) 143 - ?.

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Type:Article
Title:Prospective study of extracorporeal magnetic innervation pelvic floor therapy (EXMI) versus standard pelvic floor training following radical prostatectomy. Impact on timing and magnitude of recovery of continence.
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Medical Sciences > Surgery and Interventional Science (Division of)

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