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Mandhani, Anil
June 2006
Indian Journal of Urology;Jun2006, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p134
Academic Journal
Presents the author's views on the safety and effectiveness of the Dutasteride in the treatment of urinary retention. Comparison between the effectiveness of Dutasteride and Finasteride; Improvement of symptoms in patients administered with placebo treatments;


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