Mohd Kazim Sheriff

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AIMS The aim of this study was to resolve the paradox as to whether magnetic stimulation of sacral nerve roots results in contraction or suppression of the bladder, in both normal individuals and patients with spinal cord injury (SCI). MATERIALS AND METHODS Seven males with complete SCI and neurogenic detrusor overactivity (NDO) and five normal males were(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the acute effects of functional magnetic stimulation (FMS) on detrusor hyper-reflexia using a multi-pulse magnetic stimulator. PATIENTS AND METHODS Seven male patients with established and intractable detrusor hyper-reflexia following spinal cord injury were studied. No patient was on medication and none had had previous surgery(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the clinical value of silicone micro-implants (Macroplastique, Uroplastique, Bioplastique) in the treatment of intractable genuine stress incontinence. MATERIALS AND METHODS Between January 1992 and March 1995, 34 patients with failed previous surgery for genuine stress incontinence were treated with transurethral submucosal injection(More)
We report on the clinical outcome and satisfaction survey of long-term suprapubic catheterisation in patients with neuropathic bladder dysfunction. Between early 1988 and later 1995, 185 suprapubic catheters were inserted under direct cystoscopic vision. Anti-cholinergic therapy was given to all patients with significant detrusor hyper-reflexia; the(More)
The injection of submeatal paste to treat vesicoureteric reflux is well documented in paediatric patients but there is little documentation on this treatment for adults, especially with secondary reflux. We present our experience of treatment of five adults with neuropathic bladders, consisting of eight refluxing ureters. 63% showed complete resolution of(More)
Breast cancer is a leading problem in developing world and India can be considered as one of the major contributors for incidence of breast cancer. In this article authors have reviewed quality of life studies on Indian breast cancer population. There are many factors which may hear common but cannot be neglected in case of Indian population. Policies and(More)
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