Urinating in the standing position: a feasible alternative for elderly women with knee osteoarthritis.
J Urol. 2011 Sep; 186(3):949-53
Chou EC, Yang PY, Hsueh WH, Chang CH, Meng NH. J Urol. 2011 Sep; 186(3):949-53
As the world’s population ages, multiple co-morbidities emerge that can impact physical function and quality of life. Arthritis and urinary incontinence are prevalent with aging, especially in women. In this article the authors note that knee osteoarthritis can affect the ability to squat or crouch and, in some parts of the worl the...
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