Neuromodulation and the role of electrodiagnostic techniques

@inproceedings{Noblett2010NeuromodulationAT,
  title={Neuromodulation and the role of electrodiagnostic techniques},
  author={Karen Noblett},
  booktitle={International Urogynecology Journal},
  year={2010}
}
Electrodiagnostic techniques have been utilized in surgery since the early 1960s. These techniques have been primarily used in neurosurgery; however, with the introduction of neuromodulation for voiding dysfunction, these techniques have now found their way into the field of female pelvic medicine. This article will review techniques applicable to evaluate pelvic floor function as it relates to neuromodulation. It will also review the literature describing how these techniques are used to help… CONTINUE READING
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