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Summary

What it measures:

A 6 point Oxford scale (0=no contraction, 1=flicker, 2=weak, 3=moderate, 4=good (with lift), and 5=strong) used during internal examination to measure pelvic floor muscle strength in women. (4)

Target Population:

Strength of the pelvic floor muscles in patients with urinary incontinence and/or prolapse.


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