A prospective randomised controlled pilot study comparing artificial urinary sphincter with and without autologous fascial wrap: Evaluation of clinical outcomes with a minimum 24 months follow-up study
USANZ ePoster Library. Chung E. 03/08/20; 287792; 377
Prof. Dr. Eric Chung
Prof. Dr. Eric Chung
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