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(Thomas White hypothesis)
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  • Urinary symptoms are associated with certain urinary microbes in urogynecologic surgical patients. [Journal Article]
  • IUInt Urogynecol J 2018; 29(12):1765-1771
  • Fok CS, Gao X, … Brubaker L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Two specific bacterial species detected in bladder urine, Atopobium vaginae and Finegoldia magna, are associated with preoperative urinary symptom severity in women undergoing POP/SUI surgery. The reservoir for Atopobium vaginae may be adjacent pelvic floor niches. This observation should be validated in a larger cohort to determine whether there is a microbiologic etiology for certain preoperative urinary symptoms.
  • Incontinence medication response relates to the female urinary microbiota. [Journal Article]
  • IUInt Urogynecol J 2016; 27(5):723-33
  • Thomas-White KJ, Hilt EE, … Wolfe AJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Knowledge of an individual's urinary microbiome/microbiota may help refine UUI treatment. Complementary tools, DNA sequencing, and expanded urine culture provide information about bacteria that appear to be related to UUI incontinence status and treatment response in this population of adult women.
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