Cauda Equina Syndrome
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1. Bladder sensation in peripheral nerve lesions.
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OBJECTIVE: To present bladder sensory data of three common peripheral nerve lesions (e.g., distal, intermediate/focal, and proximal). METHODS: We measured first sensation (FS) and bladder capacity (BC) (not exceeding 600 ml) in 71 patients with peripheral nerve lesions: 35 diabetic neuropathy (D group), 6 post-pelvic surgery (S), and 27 cauda equina syndrome due to lumbar spondylosis (L). We excluded those with detrusor overactivity or low compliance that might affect bladder sensation. RESULTS: The mean FS was 301.7 ml (D), 271.3 ml (S), and 189.4 ml (L), with the largest being in the D group ... Read More »
» Published in Neurourol Urodyn. 2006;25(7):763-9.
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