L Weglinski

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OBJECTIVES Patients presenting with neurogenic bladder often require urological procedures (urodynamic testing and botulinum toxin injections) and a preventive antibiotic therapy. We aimed to assess the efficacy of this little known strategy in a cohort of patients. PATIENTS AND METHODS All patients presenting with neurogenic bladder who underwent(More)
OBJECTIVE Describe the sympathetic skin responses (SSRs), reflecting the sweat activity mediated by the sympathetic nervous system, in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) followed for urinary disorders and associate SSRs abnormalities with neuroperineal disorders. METHODS Prospective monocentric study of a population suffering from MS, who received(More)
UNLABELLED The difficulty to access to the urethral meatus is found in women in relation to morphological abnormalities of urogenital or ectopic locations meatus, whether acquired (urethral meatus buried [UMB]) or congenital reality (urethra hypospadias [UH]). The pathophysiology is not unequivocal with lack of clear and specific studies. PURPOSE Verify(More)
INTRODUCTION Mouth and eye dryness are frequently reported by patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) as side effects of antimuscarinic drugs used for neurogenic overactive bladder. We evaluated the impact of antimuscarinic drugs prescription on these symptoms. METHODS MS patients consulting for overactive bladder were included. Xerostomia were evaluated at(More)
AIM Determine if the initiation of an anticholinergic treatment affects the sexual function in women diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). METHODS It was a single-centre prospective open label study on 18 women affected by MS, with a clinical overactive bladder syndrome, and examined before and after anticholinergic treatment. Several variables were(More)
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