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Improving quality through clinical registries in urology.

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Summary of "Improving quality through clinical registries in urology."

In this review, we highlight the use of clinical registries for quality improvement and research purposes in urology. We focus on national and regional clinical database registries, such as the National Surgical Quality Improvement Programme, the Cancer of the Prostate Strategic Urologic Research Endeavor, the Michigan Urological Surgery Improvement collaborative and the American Urological Association Quality Registry programme.

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Name: Current opinion in urology
ISSN: 1473-6586
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