Ecological momentary assessment of pelvic pain and urinary urgency variability in urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome and their association with illness impact and quality of life: Findings from the multidisciplinary approach to the study of chronic pelvic pain symptom patterns study

Bradley A. Erickson, James W. Griffith, Guo Wensheng, You Mengying, Ted Herman, Catherine S. Bradley, J. Quentin Clemens, John T. Farrar, Priyanka Gupta, Karl J. Kreder, H. Henry Lai, Bruce D. Naliboff, Diane K. Newman, Larissa V. Rodriguez, Theresa Spitznagle, Siobhan Sutcliffe, Suzette E. Sutherland, Bayley J. Taple, J. Richard Landis

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