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Authors

  1. Authors

T.W. Cannon, MD, Clinical Instructor and NIH Research Fellow.

E.M. Wojcik, MD, Assistant Professor.

C.L. Ferguson, BS, Research Assistant.

S. Saraga, BS, Cytotechnologist.

C. Thomas, MD, Professor.

M.S. Damaser, PhD, Associate Professor.

Abbreviations
SUI

stress urinary incontinence

LPP

leak-point pressure

PVD

prolonged vaginal distension.