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October 2012


2012 ANNUAL MEETING HIGHLIGHTS Voiding Dysfunction/Female Urology Course #37IC

Female Urology: Controversies and Consensus: A Case-Based Approach

Course #63IC

The Role of Sacral Neuromodulation in Urologic Practice

Course #65PG

Complications of Incontinence and Prolapse Surgery: Evaluation, Intervention and Resolution – A Review from Both Specialties

Our knowledge.


Our patients’ lives.

Course #82IC

Botulinum Toxin: Why Use It, How to Do It, What are the Results?

Course #84IC

A Practical Approach to Treating Common but Complex Voiding Dysfunction in Men and Women

Plenary Sessions

AUA Guideline Presentation: OAB Panel Discussion: Optimizing Management of Neurogenic Bladder Conditions

Abstract Highlights AUANews Editor

Gopal H. Badlani, MD


Voiding Dysfunction/ Female Urology


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AUA2012 Highlights: Voiding Dysfunction  
AUA2012 Highlights: Voiding Dysfunction  

Highlights from the AUA2012 Annual Meeting. Topic: Voiding Dysfunction