The editors of this comprehensive third edition of the Textbook of the Neurogenic Bladder have assembled an impressive team of world specialists to develop an essential resource for physicians, continence specialists, and other health care professionals involved in the diagnosis and management of patients who have lost normal bladder function.The b

part I|1 pages

The normal genitourinary tract

chapter 1|6 pages

Simplified anatomy of the vesicourethral functional unit

BySaad Aldousari, Jacques Corcos

chapter 2|24 pages

Pharmacology of the lower urinary tract

ByKarl-Erik Andersson

chapter 3|16 pages

Integrated physiology of the lower urinary tract

ByNaoki Yoshimura, Jeong Yun Jeong, Dae Kyung Kim, Michael B. Chancellor

chapter 4|26 pages

Physiology of normal sexual function

ByPierre Clément, Hélène Gelez, François Giuliano

part II|1 pages

Functional pathology of the lower urinary tract

chapter 5|14 pages

Epidemiology of the neurogenic bladder

ByPatrick B. Leu, Ananias C. Diokno

chapter 6|8 pages

Ultrastructure of neurogenic bladders

ByAxel Haferkamp

chapter 7|12 pages

Pathophysiology of neurogenic detrusor overactivity

ByAlexandra McPencow, Toby C. Chai

chapter 8|16 pages

Pathophysiology of detrusor underactivity/acontractile detrusor

ByDae Kyung Kim, Michael B. Chancellor

chapter 9|8 pages

Pathophysiology of the low-compliant bladder

ByVéronique Phé, Emmanuel Chartier-Kastler, Jean-Marc Soler, Pierre Denys

chapter 10|6 pages

Dyssynergic sphincter

ByGérard Amarenco, Samer Sheikh Ismael, Jean-Marc Soler

chapter 11|6 pages

Pathophysiology of autonomic dysreflexia

ByTeresa Danforth, David Ginsberg

chapter 12|8 pages

Pathophysiology of spinal shock

ByMagdy Hassouna, Tarek Hassouna, Nader Elmayergi, Mazen Abdelhady

part III|1 pages

Neurologic pathologies responsible for the development of the neurogenic bladder

chapter 13|10 pages

Systemic illnesses (diabetes mellitus, sarcoidosis, alcoholism, and porphyrias)

ByStephanie Kielb, Laurie Bachrach, Nancy Rios

chapter 15|10 pages

Peripheral neuropathies of the lower urinary tract following pelvic surgery and radiation therapy

ByRichard T. Kershen, Timothy B. Boone

chapter 16|20 pages

Dementia and lower urinary tract dysfunction

ByRyuji Sakakibara

chapter 17|10 pages

Pathologies of the basal ganglia, such as Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases

ByTeruyuki Ogawa, Satoshi Seki, Naoki Yoshimura, Osamu Nishizawa

chapter 18|14 pages

Urinary dysfunction in multiple system atrophy

ByRyuji Sakakibara, Tatsuya Yamamoto, Tomoyuki Uchiyama, Fuyuki Tateno

chapter 19|20 pages

Multiple sclerosis

ByJaspreet Singh Parihar, Hari S.G.R. Tunuguntla, Line Leboeuf, Angelo E. Gousse

chapter 21|10 pages

Cerebrovascular accidents, intracranial tumors, and urologic consequences

ByDavid J. Osborn, W. Stuart Reynolds, Roger R. Dmochowski

chapter 22|6 pages

Intervertebral disk prolapse

ByPatrick J. Shenot, M. Louis Moy

chapter 23|6 pages

Cauda equina injury

ByPatrick J. Shenot, M. Louis Moy

chapter 24|6 pages

Tumors of the spinal cord

ByHomero Bruschini, J. Pindaro P. Plese, Miguel Srougi

chapter 25|12 pages

Tethered cord syndrome

ByShokei Yamada, Brian S. Yamada, Daniel J. Won

chapter 26|12 pages

Spinal cord injury and cerebral trauma

ByJerzy B. Gajewski

chapter 27|18 pages

Cerebral palsy, cerebellar ataxia, AIDS, phacomatosis, neuromuscular disorders, and epilepsy

ByChristopher Kobylecki, Ling K. Lee, Mark W. Kellett

chapter 28|8 pages

Syringomyelia and lower urinary tract dysfunction

ByMarc Le Fort, Jean-Jacques Labat, Brigitte Perrouin-Verbe

part IV|1 pages

Evaluation of neurogenic bladder dysfunction

chapter 29|10 pages

Clinical evaluation: History and physical examination

ByChasta Bacsu, Gary E. Lemack

chapter 30|4 pages

The voiding diary

ByMatthew Young, Eric S. Rovner

chapter 31|4 pages

The pad-weighing test

ByMatthew Young, Eric S. Rovner

chapter 32|8 pages

Endoscopic evaluation of neurogenic bladder

ByRomain Caremel, Saad Aldousari, Jacques Corcos

chapter 33|10 pages

Imaging techniques in the evaluation of neurogenic bladder dysfunction

ByJohn T. Stoffel

chapter 34|10 pages

Evaluation of neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction: Basic urodynamics

ByBenjamin M. Brucker, Christopher E. Kelly, Victor W. Nitti

chapter 35|6 pages

Advanced urodynamics: Toward clinical useful neuroimaging in urology

ByBertil F.M. Blok

chapter 36|6 pages

Normal urodynamic parameters in children

ByDiego Barrieras, Orchidée Djahangirian

chapter 37|16 pages

Urodynamics in infants and children

ByKate Abrahamsson, Gundela Holmdahl, Ulla Sillén

chapter 38|14 pages

Normal urodynamic parameters in adults

ByRomain Caremel, Jacques Corcos

part V|1 pages


chapter 41|6 pages

Classification of lower urinary tract dysfunction

ByAnne M. Suskind, J. Quentin Clemens

part VI|1 pages


chapter 42|12 pages

Conservative treatment

ByJean-Jacques Wyndaele

chapter 43|6 pages

Management of neurogenic bladder with suprapubic cystostomy

ByRomain Caremel, Andrew Feifer, Jacques Corcos

chapter 44|16 pages

Systemic and intrathecal pharmacologic treatment

ByShachar Aharony, Jacques Corcos

chapter 45|14 pages

Intravesical pharmacologic treatment for neurogenic detrusor overactivity

ByChristopher P. Smith

chapter 46|8 pages

Management of autonomic dysreflexia

ByRomain Caremel, Guy Breault, Jacques Corcos

chapter 47|12 pages

Electrical stimulation for bladder management

ByDennis Bourbeau, Bastian Amend, Karl-Dietrich Sievert

chapter 48|8 pages

Surgery to improve reservoir function

ByManfred Stöhrer, Jürgen Pannek

chapter 49|14 pages

Surgery to improve bladder outlet function

ByJack C. Hou, Philippe E. Zimmern

chapter 50|18 pages

Urinary diversion

BySender Herschorn, Greg G. Bailly

chapter 51|8 pages

The trans-appendicular continent cystostomy technique (Mitrofanoff principle)

ByBernard Boillot, Jacques Corcos, Paul Mitrofanoff

chapter 53|16 pages

Restoration of complete bladder function by neurostimulation

ByMichael Craggs, Sarah Knight

chapter 54|20 pages

Neuroprotection and repair after spinal cord injury

ByDaniel Yavin, Steven Casha

part VII|1 pages

Special considerations on meningomyelocele

chapter 55|14 pages

Neural tube defects: Etiology, prevention, and prenatal diagnosis

ByAtsuo Kondo, Shinji Katsuragi, Osamu Kamihira

chapter 56|12 pages

Initial management of meningomyelocele children

ByStuart B. Bauer

chapter 57|6 pages

Intravesical electrical stimulation in newborns, infants, and children

BySang Won Han, Young Jae Im, Eun Kyoung Choi

chapter 58|8 pages

Fecal incontinence in the neurogenic bladder patient

ByJennifer H. Yang, Nima Harandi, Paula J. Wagner, Anthony R. Stone

chapter 59|12 pages

Adult myelomeningocele

ByPaul W. Veenboer, J.L.H. Ruud Bosch

part VIII|1 pages

Synthesis of treatment

chapter 60|14 pages

Treatment alternatives for different types of neurogenic bladder dysfunction in children

ByRoman Jednak, Joao Luiz Pippi Salle

part IX|1 pages


part X|1 pages

Sexual dysfunction in neurologic disorders

chapter 65|8 pages

Pathophysiology of male sexual dysfunction after spinal cord injury

ByPierre Denys, Clément Chéhensse

chapter 66|6 pages

Sexual consequences of multiple sclerosis and other central nervous system disorders

ByMaarten Albersen, Dirk De Ridder

chapter 67|8 pages

Treatment modalities for erectile dysfunction in neurological patients

ByReinier-Jacques Opsomer

chapter 68|10 pages

Fertility issues in men with spinal cord injury

ByJeanne Perrin, Blandine Courbiere, Vincent Achard, Catherine Metzler-Guillemain

chapter 69|8 pages

Pregnancy in spinal cord injury

ByCarlotte Kiekens

part XI|1 pages

Prognosis and follow-up

chapter 70|8 pages

Evolution and follow-up of lower urinary tract dysfunction in spinal cord–injured patients

ByMarc Le Fort, Marie-Aimée Perrouin-Verbe, Jean-Jacques Labat

chapter 71|10 pages

Neurogenic bladder surveillance in children

BySteve S. Kim

part XII|1 pages

Reports and guidelines

chapter 72|8 pages

Reports and guidelines in relation to neurogenic bladder dysfunction: A selection

ByOrnella Lam Van Ba, Jacques Corcos