Female Urgency, Trial of Urodynamics as Routine Evaluation (FUTURE study): a superiority randomised clinical trial to evaluate the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of invasive urodynamic investigations in management of women with refractory overactive bladder symptoms

M. Abdel-fattah*, C. Chapple, K. Guerrero, S. Dixon, N. Cotterill, K. Ward, H. Hashim, A. Monga, K. Brown, M. J. Drake, A. Gammie, A. Mostafa, U. K. Bladder Health, S. Breeman, D. Cooper, G. MacLennan, J. Norrie

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