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Paper of the Month

Every month we present a relevant and interesting paper commented by one of our Board Members.

December 2020: Comments by Thomas Kessler

Intradetrusor botulinum toxin injections (300 units) for the treatment of poorly compliant bladders in patients with adult neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction

August 2020: Comments by Marcio Averbeck

Reasons for cessation of clean intermittent catheterization after spinal cord injury: Results from the Neurogenic Bladder Research Group spinal cord injury registry

July 2020: Comments by Howard Goldman

Urological presentations of adult primary tethered cord syndrome

May/June 2020: Comments by Naoki Yoshimura

Anti-Nogo-A antibodies as a potential causal therapy for lower urinary tract dysfunction after spinal cord injury

MicroRNAs as potential biomarkers to predict the risk of urinary retention following intradetrusor onabotulinumtoxin-A injection.

April 2020: Comments by Blayne Welk

An effective evidence‐based cleaning method for the safe reuse of intermittent urinary catheters: In vitro testing

February 2020: Comments by Jorge Moreno on

Anticholinergic Drug Exposure and the Risk of Dementia A Nested Case-Control Study

December 2019: Comments by Thomas Kessler on

Treatment of Urinary Urgency Incontinence Using a Rechargeable SNM System: 6-Month Results of the ARTISAN-SNM Study

November 2019: Comments by Limin Liao on

Differences between water‐filled and air‐charged urodynamic catheters for determining the urethral pressure profile
in neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunctionpatients

October 2019: Comments by  Ervin Kocjancic on

Biomarkers Imlpicated in Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms: systematic review and Pathways Analyses

September 2019: Comments by Bertil Blok on 

Variation among subspecialists in the diagnosis of urinary tract infection in children with neurogenic bladders

August 2019: Comments by Howard Goldman on

Do appreciable changes in the upper extremity motor capability to perform clean intermittent catheterization come about with time after traumatic spinal cord injury?

July 2019: Comments by Marcio Averbeck on

Anticholinergic Drug Exposure and the Risk of Dementia



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