The Effectiveness of Sacral Neuromodulation on a Patient with a Previous Successful Cystoplasty Augmententation: A Case Report
Vol. 17 No. 6 (2020),
9 January 2021
This report is about the effectiveness of sacral neuromodulation in a 32-year-old woman with a history of augmented cystoplasty who required clean intermittent catheterization. She had referred to our center with a medical history of bilateral vesicoureteral reflux because of neuropathic lower urinary tract dysfunction. We successfully did a sacral neuromodulation on her which lead to a promising result.
- clean intermittent catheterization
- sacral neuromodulation
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