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Percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation versus tolterodine for overactive bladder in women: a randomised controlled trial.
Mikel Gray included a case study in which the patient received percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS) as part of the plan of treatment of incontinence for a 78-year-old female patient.
Adam Dziki mentioned percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation, magnetic anal sphincter, ventral rectopexy, rectal sling and implantable bulking agents.
Therefore, we chose to examine trials comparing: mirabegron versus tolterodine, percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation versus tolterodine, and onabomlinumtoxinA versus anticholingeric medications.

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