Anteroposterior view of bladder anatomy. (Used with permission from Hoffman BL, Schorge JO, Schaffer JI, Halvorson LM, Bradshaw KD, Cunningham F, Calver LE. Chapter 23. Urinary incontinence. In: Hoffman BL, Schorge JO, Schaffer JI, Halvorson LM, Bradshaw KD, Cunningham F, Calver LE, eds. Williams Gynecology. 2nd ed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 2012.)
URINARY INCONTINENCE (UI)
Involuntary loss of urine. Prevalence in the United States is about 50% of adult women.
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