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Psychiatric Aspects of Urology

  • Joyce L. Dunlop (a1)

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Psychiatric investigation of 342 patients attending a urological clinic during one year showed a wide spectrum of problems. Patients with lower urinary tract complaints scored higher on the Hamilton Scale than those with upper tract complaints.

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Psychiatric Aspects of Urology

  • Joyce L. Dunlop (a1)
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