G Boehler

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OBJECTIVES Sacral neuromodulation represents chronic stimulation of the sacral (S3) nerve. So far, the mode of action and neuro-anatomical basis is unclear. Sacral reflex mechanisms as well as pontine or cortical centers of modulation have been postulated. Our aim was to evaluate possible alterations in electroencephalogram (EEG) activity as an indicator of(More)
PURPOSE The pathophysiology of post-prostatectomy incontinence is supposed to be multifactorial. The impact of the neurovascular bundles on sphincter function is still under debate. We clarified the impact of cavernous nerves function on the MU. We compared MU pressure responses in male rabbits following electrophysiological stimulation trials on the(More)
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