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Curr Urol Rep. 2008 Jul;9(4):320-7.

Category III chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome: insights from the National Institutes of Health Chronic Prostatitis Collaborative Research Network studies.

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Shoskes D, Gomez E, Murphy D, Potts J, Thomas K, Collins MM, O'Leary MP, Adler A, Barry MJ, Caubet JF, Desai P, Rhodes D, Spolarich-Kroll J, Williams C, Datta NS, Mervin K, Raimo ME, Schaeffer AJ, Bennett CL, Buntin M, Bushman W, Calhoun EA, Clemens JQ, Dopona M, Duncan J, Fitzgerald CM, Healy M, Koch AE, Marko D, Nadler RB, Garst J, Hennenfent M, Hickman C, Stevens M, Nickel JC, Ardern D, Burrows LL, Ceri H, Clark-Pereira J, Downey J, Jarvi K, Morales A, Siemens R, Tripp DA, Anderson RU, Chan C, Flores V, McCallum S, Payne CK, Shinghal R, Pontari MA, Braverman A, Cheng D, Drach G, Filer-Maerten S, Kish L, Lamarre N, Ruggieri MR, Santiago M, Simpkiss B, Comiter CV, Conrad P, Litwin MS, Byrd G, Freeman S, Ma K, Sanchez S, Xie Y, Zeitlin SI, Alexander R, Burton K, Chai T, Keay S, Lowder CS, Markowitz-Chrystal G, Murray J, Ponniah S, Radebaugh L, Underwood Y, Fowler JE Jr, White PC, Dautenhahn A, Lumpkin D, Tapley R, Landis JR, Chew A, Chuai S, Cifelli D, Curley RM, Dobi C, Durborow M, Durborow S, Fanelli L, Farrar JT, Feldman HI, Helker C, Hildebrand R, Hu X, Kang S, Kishel L, Knauss JS, Madigan R, Norwood G, Propert KJ, Randall L, Wang Y, Zhang Y, Berger R, Frest M, Muller C, Rothman I, Turner J, Krieger JN, Bale R Jr, Butler L, Cheah PY, Chin LT, Giesler J, Hay YK, Heng HK, Huey SL, Kahn N, Kohr T, Lang DC, Leong TC, Long LM, Loong CW, Mohan M, Riley D, Rong YJ, Ross S, Seng LW, Sin LC, Sweet R, Wai YH, Kusek JW, Nyberg LM, Chang D, Farishian R, Harris M, Mullins C.

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Department of Urology, Queen's University, Kingston General Hospital, Kingston, Ontario K7L 2V7, Canada. jcn@post.queensu.ca

Abstract

Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome remains an enigmatic medical condition. Creation of the National Institutes of Health-funded Chronic Prostatitis Collaborative Research Network (CPCRN) has stimulated a renewed interest in research on and clinical aspects of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome. Landmark publications of the CPCRN document a decade of progress. Insights from these CPCRN studies have improved our management of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome and offer hope for continued progress.

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18765132
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PMC2829842
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