Bladder dysfunction: a remedial social problem.

Abstract

Urinary bladder dysfunction is a leading disability of persons with multiple sclerosis. The study reported here demonstrates that the critical management of this neurologic deficit can improve the patient's quality of life in terms of personal, social, and occupational activities. The urodynamic studies of urinary flow rate, voiding cystourethrography, and… (More)

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