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Vol 3, No 2 (2016)

Research Articles

Sensation in the urethra during voiding studied in young healthy men
Jean Jacques Wyndaele, Sigrid Van de Borne, Michel Wyndaele, Stefan De Wachter
Bladder 2016 3(2):e23; Published online 2016-05-09
doi: 10.14440/bladder.2016.82
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Repeatability of volume calculations of the fetal urinary bladder
Trude Sætherhaug, Marit Hølmo Fasting, Maria Aurora H. Røset, Mike Naylor, Harm-Gerd K. Blaas, Torbjørn M. Eggebø
Bladder 2016 3(2):e24; Published online 2016-05-22
doi: 10.14440/bladder.2016.75
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Ex vivo modulation of muscarinically induced contractions by PGE2 and an EP1 receptor antagonist in the guinea pig urinary bladder
Ramona Hohnen, M. Sajjad Rahnama'i, Matthijs van Gink, Celine Meriaux, Gommert A. van Koeveringe
Bladder 2016 3(2):e25; Published online 2016-06-28
doi: 10.14440/bladder.2016.72
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