Cerebral mechanisms and voiding function

@article{Dasgupta2007CerebralMA,
  title={Cerebral mechanisms and voiding function},
  author={R. Dasgupta and R. Kavia and C. Fowler},
  journal={BJU International},
  year={2007},
  volume={99}
}
  • R. Dasgupta, R. Kavia, C. Fowler
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • BJU International
  • Some of the most recent work investigating the cerebral mechanisms involved in bladder control has been very helpful in adding to our understanding of bladder dysfunction. The group behind this work, from London, presents a mini‐review which will help to update our knowledge in this area. 
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