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Clinical Neuro-Urology provides excellent coverage of micturitional disorders resulting from neurologic disease. It provides insight into the mechanisms of voiding dysfunction and provides a multidisciplinary approach to their management. Thus, this book is very useful to many medical specialties involved in the care of patients with voiding disorders.
This book starts with chapters on the anatomy and physiology of micturition. The roles of the sympathetic, parasympathetic, somatic, nonadrenergic, and noncholinergic innervation of the bladder, urethra, and pelvic floor are well
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