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Bladder problems on the rise worldwide

Bladder problems on the rise worldwideA study published in the BJU International estimates that 4.3 billion people worldwide are affected by bladder problems. They conclude that the numbers of affected individuals are projected to increase with time.

The abstract to the article may be found here: Bladder Problems Worldwide

Worldwide prevalence estimates of lower urinary tract symptoms, overactive bladder, urinary incontinence and bladder outlet obstruction Debra E. Irwin1,*, Zoe S. Kopp2, Barnabie Agatep2, Ian Milsom3, Paul Abrams4 BJU International, 108: 11321138.

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