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C.K.O. is a speaker for Oceana Therapeutics, Edison, NJ. D.M.H. holds stock options in Hourglass Technologies, Redwood City, CA. S.U.K., C.J.A.-W., S.G., and M.L.B. have no financial disclosures. M. D.V. is a consultant and A.D.G. is a speaker for Astellas, Deerfield, IL.
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Cite this article as: Olivera CK, Herron DM, Kini SU, et al. Long-term quality of life and pelvic floor dysfunction after bariatric surgery. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2012;207:431.e1-4.