Incidence rates and risk factors for acute urinary retention: the health professionals followup study.

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Published in J Urol on August 01, 1999

Authors

J B Meigs1, M J Barry, E Giovannucci, E B Rimm, M J Stampfer, I Kawachi

Author Affiliations

1: Massachusetts General Hospital, Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston 02114, USA.

Associated clinical trials:

Health Professionals Follow-up Study | NCT00005182

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