Neurogenic Bladder/Underactive Bladder
Discuss the definition and incidence of underactive bladder (UAB).
Describe assessment techniques in UAB.
Discuss appropriate interventions for the treatment of UAB.
KeywordsBotulinum Toxin Pelvic Organ Prolapse Lower Urinary Tract Symptom Lower Urinary Tract Pelvic Floor Muscle Training
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