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Handbook of Neurourology: Therory and Practice

The 2nd Edition of "Neurourology: Theory and Practice" introduces Neurourology as an emerging multidisciplinary topic. It includes basic and clinical studies of urinary tract dysfunction due to neuropathy disorders. This handbook version is not just updated but contains 14 additional chapters covering all aspects of neurourology.

The editors, INUS  members Helmut Madersbacher and Limin Liao, have invited an impressive number of renowned contributors, including 98 internationally recognized specialists in this field from 25 countries in Europe, Asia, North and South America.

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Neuro-Urology: Theory and Practice

„This is the first e-book on neuro-urology (also available as printed version), a comprehensive textbook comprising 68 chapters by 89 authors (the majority are INUS members). Order your copy via https://www.springer.com/de/book/9789401775076

For more information please see this Table of Contents.

 

Neuro-Urology: A Manual For Clinical Practice (Download pdf)

A collaborative work between the Brazilian Society of Urology (SBU) and the International Society of Neurourology (INUS)

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SÃO PAULO 2019, 2nd EDITION

EDITORS
LUIS AUGUSTO SEABRA RIOS
MÁRCIO AUGUSTO AVERBECK
HELMUT MADERSBACHER

 

PAPERS

A New Electrode Design for Direct Bladder Wall Stimulation: A Pilot Minipig Study with Chronic Testing

This is a project financed by INUS with the aim to implement direct electrostimulation of the bladder wall in patients with decentralized bladders. One of the major problems in the past was the electrode design as previous electrodes tended to migrate with consecutive dysfunction of the implanted system. In this animal experiment if could be proven that in the walking animal the newly designed electrodes did not migrate over 4 weeks and remained intact and caused no tissue lesion. This is a step further to the implementation of direct bladder wall stimulation  which years ago was already used to induce bladder emptying with remarkable success, however, material problems and infections prevented middle term and long term success.

This paper was published in the Open Access Journal Applied Sciences and can be downloaded here.

 

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