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Neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction in patients with spinal cord lesions is not a static, but a dynamic process. Therefore, urodynamic controls in specialized centres are mandatory to prevent renal damage and to preserve quality of life.
We intended to demonstrate that spinal cord injury should not be regarded anymore as a hopeless inevitability. There are many research axes. Obstacle to regrowth exists on the biological plane. Ideological barrier also exists among men. The various factors involved in the posttraumatic lesional...
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