Diagnosis of neurologic disorders of micturition without evidence of the pathological process by measuring conduction velocity of sacral roots.


In cases of neurogenic bladder disturbances-especially if the pathological process cannot be clinically approved-useful information could be obtained by measuring conduction velocity between sacral roots and striated pelvic floor muscles. Measurements have been performed to determine normal conduction time. Technique and results are presented. 


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