Disorders of micturition: neuropharmacologic basis and results of drug therapy.

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The clinical use of various pharmacologic agents in problems of micturition is based on the new concepts of intrinsic urethrovesical innervation, presence and regional predominance of autonomic neuroreceptors, and experimental evidence of the effects of various drugs on the bladder and the urethra. A new concept, relating to the processes that control… (More)

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@article{Khanna1976DisordersOM, title={Disorders of micturition: neuropharmacologic basis and results of drug therapy.}, author={Olen Khanna}, journal={Urology}, year={1976}, volume={8 4}, pages={316-28} }