Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) challenges on behalf of the collaborative research in pelvic surgery consortium (CoRPS): managing complicated cases series 2: management of urinary incontinence in a neurogenic patient
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Discussion and management of incontinence in a patient with spina bifida by four international experts followed by a literature review.
KeywordsBotulinum toxin Neurogenic bladder Stress urinary incontinence Urodynamics
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Conflict of interest
Dr. Erin Brennand is the principle investigator for a prospective cohort funded by Contura International and RCT by Boston Scientific: ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02480231. No other authors have any disclosures or conflicts of interest.
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