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Gazzetta Medica Italiana Archivio per le Scienze Mediche 2006 April;165(2):51-6

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Neurogenic bladder dysfunctions

Perkash I., Svircev J.

Department of Urology, Stanford University, Spinal Cord Injury Service Center, VA Palo Alto, CA, USA


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Dysfunction at any level in the urinary system requires a urologist to direct the management. However neurogenic bladder is a unique entity as multiple health care providers, including urologists, rehabilitation doctors; neurologists, internal medicine physicians, and obstetric gynecologists may be directly involved in the patient’s care. Managing neurogenic bladder dysfunction is imperative in maintaining the health of patients with this disorder. While the urologist may guide the management, all physicians involved with the care of the patient should understand the basic principals of treatment.

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