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Urinary Incontinence in Children

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Volume 8 |Article ID 309628 |

John Kryger, "Nonsurgical Management of the Neurogenic Bladder in Children", The Scientific World Journal, vol. 8, Article ID 309628, 7 pages, 2008.

Nonsurgical Management of the Neurogenic Bladder in Children

Academic Editor: Barry Duel
Received26 Aug 2008
Accepted18 Oct 2008


The neurogenic bladder can have many serious consequences. However, with proper understanding of the disease spectrum, and with proper awareness of the surveillance and management tools, adverse outcomes can be minimized. The incidence of renal failure is uncommon. With proper medical therapy, one can achieve continence and minimize the risk of symptomatic urinary tract infections. There are a number of nonsurgical strategies described that can help in the management of the neurogenic bladder.

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