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Maximal electrical stimulation by intravaginal or intra-anal electrodes was used for treatment of 75 patients with complaints of urgency and/or urge incontinence. The patient group consisted of 51 women and 24 men. A neurogenic background was present in 30 of the women who had a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, in the other 45 patients the pathology was(More)
AIM To evaluate the impact of SPARC on female sexual function. METHODS 151 women with a mean age of 60 ± 11.90 and SUI had a complete urodynamic investigation and underwent SPARC operation. 98 women completed the validated female sexual function index questionnaire (FSFI) at baseline and 94 women at follow-up. A minimum follow-up of 12 months was required(More)
AIMS To identify the different factors contributing to nocturia in a clinical setting. PATIENTS AND METHODS Three hundred twenty-four patients (133 women, 191 men; mean age 63 years) were entered into this multi-institutional study. When presenting with nocturia we obtained detailed medical history and performed urine analysis, post-void residual volume(More)
The aim of transurethral electrical bladder stimulation (TEBS) treatment in patients with diminished detrusor contractility is to attain complete voiding, i.e., micturition without residual urine, which is under volitional control. In contrast to other types of electrical bladder stimulation, the physiological basis for this kind of treatment is sensitizing(More)
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