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Screening for Urinary Incontinence in Women: A Systematic Review for the Women's Preventive Services Initiative

Urinary incontinence is infrequently addressed during routine health care despite its high prevalence and adverse effects on health.  The purpose of this systematic review is to evaluate whether screening for urinary incontinence in women not previously diagnosed improves outcomes (symptoms, quality of life, and function) and to evaluate the accuracy of screening methods and potential harms of screening.

Evidence is insufficient on the overall effectiveness and harms of screening for urinary incontinence in women. Limited evidence in general populations suggests fairly high accuracy for some screening methods.

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