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Published online: February 22, 2023
Accepted: February 13, 2023
Received: February 13, 2023
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- Commentary to ‘Simultaneous bladder augmentation and artificial urinary sphincter placement in children with neuropathic urinary incontinence. Is it safe to perform? Long-term results'Journal of Pediatric Urology
- PreviewOne of the most challenging subjects of pediatric urology is, without a doubt, urinary incontinence in children with neuropathic bladder. Urinary incontinence in neuropathic bladders may be related to a single factor or a combination of different factors such as sphincteric incompetency, detrusor overactivity and low bladder compliance/capacity. Accordingly, there are different strategies along with clean intermittent catheterization starting with anticholinergics, beta 3 agonists and followed by bladder neck injection, intravesical botulinum toxin injection, and procedures increasing bladder outlet resistance and/or bladder augmentation when the previous treatments fail.