Al-Mousa, Riyad; Hashim, Hashim
June 2009
Foundation Years Journal;Jun2009, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p45
Academic Journal
Case Study
The article presents a case study of a 38-years-old lady has been experiencing episodes of urinary leakage for the last three years. It mentions that the patient's symptoms were occasional occurring once every 2-3 days, but her condition deteriorated after she delivered her last baby. Her condition was diagnosed as stress urinary incontinence. It is noted that treatment options for the condition include conservative supportive therapy, medical and minimal invasive or surgical procedures.


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