Discuss diagnosis, incidence, and assessment of overactive bladder.
Delineate treatments for OAB.
Describe the impact on quality of life for patients with overactive bladder.
KeywordsPelvic Floor Pelvic Floor Muscle Overactive Bladder Detrusor Overactivity Urge Incontinence
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