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Urogynecologic causes of chronic pelvic pain



Urogynecologic causes of chronic pelvic pain



Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America 20(4): 685-698



Many women with CPP undergo lengthy evaluations and sometimes empiric operative procedures only to continue to have pain for which no clear source can be found. Occasionally, a review of urinary symptoms may be the key to initiating a diagnostic and therapeutic course that reveals a urologic cause for their pain. Appropriate treatment directed to the urinary disorder may lead to improvement and potentially obviate gynecologic surgery.

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