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Our research is specific in the pelvic floor muscle and urinary incontinence of pregnant women with and without gestational diabetes, and one of the reasons that contributed to this expansion was the different analyses performed by the multidisciplinary research team.
Angélica Mércia Pascon Barbosa
Angélica Mércia Pascon Barbosa
Researcher of the Diamater Research Group, São Paulo State University (UNESP), Brazil, Professor of the São Paulo State University (UNESP), School of Philosophy and Sciences, Marilia, Brazil
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