Sex Differences in Lower Urinary Tract Biology and Physiology

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Published 10/22/18

The biological differences between women and men go beyond basic anatomy. Researchers must consider sex differences down to the cellular level in order to discover crucial information about the varied development, function, and biology between women and men.

The peer-reviewed article “Sex Differences in Lower Urinary Tract Biology and Physiology,” written by SWHR’s Interdisciplinary Network on Urological Health in Women and published in the Biology of Sex Differences journal, highlights how improving our knowledge about sex differences in cell biology in the female and male lower urinary tract may help stimulate breakthroughs in the diagnosis and management of urinary dysfunction for both women and men.

More Than Just Anatomy: Sex Differences in the Lower Urinary Tract

A new SWHR report highlights how improving our knowledge about sex differences in cell biology in the female and male lower urinary tract may help stimulate breakthroughs in the diagnosis and management of urinary dysfunction for both women and men.

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