Treatment of neurogenic
bladder dysfunction in infants and children with neurospinal dysraphism with clean intermittent (self) catheterisation and optimized intravesical oxybutynin hydrochloride therapy.
Questions are grouped in sections on basic human communication processes, assessment and treatment of phonological and language disorders, assessment, treatment, and prevention of speech disorders, neurogenic
disorders, audiology and hearing, clinical management, professional issues, and psychometrics and research.
has announced top-line results from Study 302, the first of two Phase III trials of Droxidopa for the treatment of symptomatic neurogenic
orthostatic hypotension (NOH).
In stressed mice, corticotropin-releasing hormone, nerve growth factor, neurotensin, substance P and mast cells are recruited hierarchically to induce neurogenic
skin inflammation, which inhibits hair growth.
Group process, group dynamics and group techniques with neurogenic
The in-office procedure, performed under local anesthesia, is proving safe and effective for women with resistant incontinence--both those with neurogenic
bladders and those with neurologically normal bladders--said Dr.
tumors are the most common cause of a mass lesion in the thoracic paravertebral region in the general adult population.
ZURICH, Switzerland, July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The Journal of Urology has published positive results today from a phase II clinical trial evaluating botulinum toxin type A (BOTOX(R)) as a treatment for urinary incontinence in patients with the neurogenic
form of overactive bladder (OAB).
Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor--also known as neurogenic
sarcoma, malignant neurilemoma, malignant schwannoma, and neurofibrosarcoma--is an uncommon neoplasm that originates in Schwann's cells of the nerve sheath.
For example, adult neural stem cells produced neurons when transplanted into the neurogenic
zone of the hippocampus, but produced astrocytes in the environment of the spinal cord.
pulmonary edema (NPE) is a potential complication of a central nervous system (CNS) insult such as intracranial hemorrhage, uncontrolled generalized seizures, head trauma, tumors, and neurosurgical procedures.
A quality indicator for incontinence, for example, might be flagged because a facility specializes in caring for people with neurogenic