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Voiding dysfunction

Section edited by Cosimo de Nunzio and Stephen Kraus

This section considers submissions relating to the management of urological male and female voiding dysfunction, including neurological disorders and prostatic diseases. (NOTE: Articles dealing with the diagnosis or treatment of prostate cancer should be submitted to the "Urological oncology" section)

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  1. Using the isovolumetric bladder rhythmic contraction (BRC) model in anesthetized rats, we have quantified the responsiveness to unilateral and bilateral stimulation of the L6 spinal nerve (SN) and characterize...

    Authors: Xin Su, Angela Nickles and Dwight E Nelson

    Citation: BMC Urology 2013 13:34

    Content type: Research article

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  2. Nocturia is defined as waking one or more times during the night due to the urge to void. Recently, the effectiveness of several sedatives and analgesics for nocturia has been reported. We herein investigated ...

    Authors: Takashi Kawahara, Satoshi Morita, Hiroki Ito, Hideyuki Terao, Ryoko Sakata, Hitoshi Ishiguro, Katsuyuki Tanaka, Hiroshi Miyamoto, Junichi Matsuzaki, Yoshinobu Kubota and Hiroji Uemura

    Citation: BMC Urology 2013 13:30

    Content type: Research article

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  3. The present study was aimed at determining the prophylactic efficacy of American cranberry (AC) extract (Cysticlean®) in women with recurrent symptomatic postcoital urinary tract infections (PCUTI), non-consum...

    Authors: Francisco Sánchez Ballester, Vicente Ruiz Vidal, Emilio López Alcina, Cristina Domenech Perez, Eva Escudero Fontano, Ana María Oltra Benavent, Ana Montoliu García and Marco Andrés Sobrón Bustamante

    Citation: BMC Urology 2013 13:28

    Content type: Research article

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  4. The objective of this study is to determine in a case series (four patients) how calcified deposits in renal papillae are associated with the development of calcium oxalate monohydrate (COM) papillary calculi.

    Authors: Fèlix Grases, Antonia Costa-Bauzá, Rafel M Prieto, Antonio Conte and Antonio Servera

    Citation: BMC Urology 2013 13:14

    Content type: Research article

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  5. Secondary urethral stone although rare, commonly arises from the kidneys, bladder or are seen in patients with urethral stricture. These stones are either found in the posterior or anterior urethra and do resu...

    Authors: Linus I Okeke, Augustine O Takure, Sikiru A Adebayo, Olukayode Y Oluyemi and Abimbola AA Oyelekan

    Citation: BMC Urology 2012 12:31

    Content type: Case report

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  6. Lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in aging men are often associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). While regulatory evaluations of treatment benefit require an assessment of specific symptoms, a si...

    Authors: Lars Viktrup, Risa P Hayes, Ping Wang and Wei Shen

    Citation: BMC Urology 2012 12:30

    Content type: Research article

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  7. The Patient Perception of Intensity of Urgency Scale (PPIUS) is a patient-reported outcome instrument intended to measure the intensity of urgency associated with each urinary or incontinence episode. The obje...

    Authors: Sherilyn M Notte, Thomas S Marshall, Misun Lee, Zalmai Hakimi, Isaac Odeyemi, Wen-Hung Chen and Dennis A Revicki

    Citation: BMC Urology 2012 12:26

    Content type: Research article

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