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Declaration of interest statement: BC is a consultant for Boston Scientific, Olympus, Medeon Bio, Urovant, and Ferring. NB and KCZ are consultants and investigators for Boston Scientific, Olympus, and PROCEPT BioRobotics. DSE is a consultant for Boston Scientific, Olympus, Prodeon, PROCEPT BioRobotics, Urotronic, and Zenflow. All other authors report no relevant conflicts of interest.
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Author contributions: DDN: Data analysis, manuscript writing. DB: Data analysis, manuscript writing. LM: Data analysis, manuscript editing. MS: Manuscript editing. XZ: Data analysis, manuscript editing. JM: Data analysis, manuscript editing. KCZ: Manuscript editing. DSE: Manuscript editing. NB: Manuscript editing. BC: Project development, manuscript editing.
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