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Reply to “Interstitial Cystitis – A Consequence of Weakened Uterosacral Ligaments Failing to Support Visceral Plexuses and Bladder Stretch Receptors and Therefore Potentially Curable?”
Tomohiro Ueda
Int Neurourol J. 2022;26(4):352-352.   Published online 2022 December 30
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5213/inj.2142204.102

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Reply to “Interstitial Cystitis – A Consequence of Weakened Uterosacral Ligaments Failing to Support Visceral Plexuses and Bladder Stretch Receptors and Therefore Potentially Curable?”
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