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Intravaginal non-ablative radiofrequency treatment for Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause: preliminary results of a randomized clinical trial (2020)

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Light emitting diode for the treatment of genitourinary syndrome of menopause in breast cancer survivors (LEDCA): preliminary results of a randomized double-blind clinical trial (2020)

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Light-emitting diode (LED) as a new therapeutic option on symptoms of genitourinary syndrome of menopause: clinical study phase I (2020)

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Lower urinary tract dysfunction in children and adolescents: family impact (2015)

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Lower urinary tract dysfunction in children. What do teachers know about it? (2007)

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Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction in Children: Focus on Overactive Bladder (2017)

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Manometric and clinical effects of non-ablative radiofrequency on the perianal region for treating female anal incontinence: preliminary results of a RCT (2020)

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Memorial construído para o concurso de Saúde da Mulher, em Dez/2012.

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Microneedling on the external female genitalia's flaccidity in patients with Ehlers-Danlos: Case report (2019)

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Multidisciplinary management of sexual QoL among menopausal women with urogynecological complains (2018)

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Multidisciplinary management of women with POP, UI and LUTS. A clinical and psychological overview. (2019)

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New concept for treating female stress urinary incontinence with radiofrequency (2017)

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New concept for treating UI after RP with radiofrequency: results of a phase one study (2018)

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New concept for treating UI after RP with radiofrequency: results of a phase one study (2019)

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New concept for treating urinary and sexual symptoms in women with vulvovaginitis by using Light-emitting Diode (LED): clinical study phase I (2020)

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