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Prognostic factors predicting failure of the trial without catheter after tamsulosin in patients with acute urinary retention.

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Summary of "Prognostic factors predicting failure of the trial without catheter after tamsulosin in patients with acute urinary retention."

To analyze prognostic variables that impact on the trial without catheter after tamsulosin in patients with acute urine retention.

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Name: Archivos espanoles de urologia
ISSN: 0004-0614
Pages: 759-765

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