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Guest Editors: H. Gerullis, D. Barski, P. U. Malmström, X. Sun, and T. H. Ecke Evidence in Urologic- and Pelvic-Surgery Research: Finding the IDEAL Way of Reporting, H. Gerullis, D. Barski, P. U. Malmström, X. Sun, and T. H. Ecke Volume 2017 2017,Article ID 2716759, 2 pages Challenges of Longevity: Safety of Vaginal and Laparoscopic Urogynecological Procedures in Septuagenarians and Older Patients, R. Joukhadar, A. Wöckel, D. Herr, V. Paulus, J. Radosa, A. Hamza, E. Solomayer, and S. Baum Volume 2016 2016,Article ID 5184595, 9 pages The Outcome of Repeated Mid Urethral Sling in SUI Treatment after Vaginal Excisions of Primary Failed Sling: Preliminary Study, Jacek Kociszewski, Wojciech Majkusiak, Andrzej Pomian, Paweł Tomasik, Edyta Horosz, Andrzej Kuszka, and Ewa Barcz Volume 2016 2016,Article ID 1242061, 4 pages Size Does Not Make the Difference: 3D-4D Transperineal Sonographic Measurements of the Female Urethra in the Assessment of Urinary Incontinence Subtypes, Tomas Kupec, Ulrich Pecks, Charlotte M. Gräf, Elmar Stickeler, Ivo Meinhold-Heerlein, and Laila Najjari Volume 2016 2016,Article ID 1810352, 6 pages Comparison of Perineal Sonographically Measured and Functional Urodynamic Urethral Length in Female Urinary Incontinence, Laila Najjari, Nadine Janetzki, Lieven Kennes, Elmar Stickeler, Julia Serno, and Julia Behrendt Volume 2016 2016,Article ID 4953091, 6 pages



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