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Review by ARTURO CALPISTA STEFANO LAI ANDREA AGOSTINI MARIANGELA MANCINI WALTER ARTIBANI
Department of Urology, University of Padova, Italy.

Functional urological complications after colo-rectal cancer surgery



TABLE 1.

Author

Year

Patients n.

Female

Bladder dysfunction (%)

Erection dysfunction (%)

Havenga 23

1996

138

39

32

17

Maas 24

1998

47

30

28

11

Maurer 25

1999

60

36

24

24

Sterk 26

2005

52

30

24,8

27


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