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Stress urinary incontinence and genital prolapse are associated with massive obesity in Tunisian women (n=58)

      Introduction: Massive Obesity (MO) is defined as a body mass index of 40 kg / m2 promotes pelvic static disorders such as urinary incontinence (UI) and genital prolapse (GP). The aim of this study was to specify the bladder, urinary and genital disorders (UD-GD) in women with MO.
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