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(Neurogenic bladder)
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  • Surveillance and management of urologic complications after spinal cord injury. [Journal Article]
  • WJWorld J Urol 2018 May 29
  • Kreydin E, Welk B, … Ginsberg DA
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is a shortage of high-quality evidence to support any particular neurogenic bladder surveillance protocol. However, there is consensus regarding certain aspects of regular genitourinary system evaluation in these patients. Proper surveillance allows the clinician to avoid or address common urological complications, and to guide, alter, or maintain appropriate therapeutic regimens for individual patients.
  • [Spinal cord injury with neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction as a potential risk factor for bladder carcinoma]. [Journal Article]
  • AUAktuelle Urol 2018 May 29
  • Böthig R, Fiebag K, … Golka K
  • CONCLUSIONS:  The significantly younger age at onset and the frequency of invasive, poorly differentiated tumour at diagnosis indicate that SCI/D influences both bladder cancer risk and prognosis significantly. The latency period between paralysis and tumour disease seems to be a decisive risk parameter.The type of neurogenic bladder dysfunction and the form of bladder drainage do not appear to influence the risk. Long-term indwelling catheter drainage played only a minor role in the investigated patients.Early detection of bladder cancer in patients with spinal cord injury remains a challenge.
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