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One of the consistent problems people with neurogenic bladder have talked about with our research team is the lack of information about their options in bladder management. We hope that this section of our website can help people with neurogenic bladder better understand some of the medical and surgical issues associated with their condition and allow them to make informed decisions about their care.
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What is bladder augmentation? Bladder augmentation is increasing the size of the bladder, usually with a patch of bowel. This allows patients to store usually a lot of urine in their bladder. It is usually...
The bladder and urethra are particularly susceptible to neurologic injury and abnormal development in utero and early childhood. Spinal cord malformations, commonly known as spina bifida, can in many ways mimic a spinal cord injury...
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