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TOPICS IN NEURO-UROLOGY: What is the future of Sacral Anterior Root Stimulation (SARS)?

Oct 16, 2020SARS has been used in over 20 countries to restore bladder emptying after spinal cord injury, and its effectiveness and cost-effectiveness are well documented, but it is still not commonly used. What are the reasons for this?
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CONTROVERSY IN NEURO-UROLOGY: Is there any relationship between Covid-19 and Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS)?

Aug 3, 2020Have you experience with patients that started with LUTS with or after Covid-19 positive results? Please be so kind to fill in this short survey. Many thanks in advance!
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PAPER OF THE MONTH: Do appreciable changes in the upper extremity motor capability to perform clean intermittent catheterization come about with time after traumatic spinal cord injury?

Aug 21, 2019Comment by Howard Goldman:

Bladder management is one of the key concerns after a patient has suffered a spinal injury. If reasonable spontaneous voiding is not possible, clean intermittent catheterization is the preferred avenue of management when possible.
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