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Multicenter European prospective comparative study of phytotherapy, watchful waiting, and placebo in men with mild symptoms of bladder outlet obstruction Can progression be delayed or prevented?



Multicenter European prospective comparative study of phytotherapy, watchful waiting, and placebo in men with mild symptoms of bladder outlet obstruction Can progression be delayed or prevented?



Journal of Urology 171(4 Supplement): 244, April




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