"Predicting Birth-Related Levator Ani Tear Severity in Primiparous Women: Evaluating Maternal Recovery from Labor and Delivery (EMRLD Study)"
written by Lisa Kane Low, Ruth Zielinski, Yebin Tao, Andrzej Galecki, Catherine J. Brandon, Janis M. Miller,
published by Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vol.4 No.6, 2014
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