Medical decision-making in the management of genitourinary RMS is a lengthy process, involving various specialties. Because the disease is rare and treatment is multifactorial, medical teams are selected based on each individual patient case, and no one subspecialty routinely cares for these patients. Our objective was to understand which specialties dominate in the management of RMS and determine any correlations with treatment.
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