Wednesday January 17th 2018

Follow‐up of the neuro‐urological patient: a systematic review

ConclusionsThe goal of neuro‐urological management is the best possible preservation of upper urinary tract (UUT) and LUT function in relation to the individual neurological disorder. Regular and risk adapted controls (‘urochecks’) allow detection of risk‐factors in time before irreversible changes of the LUT and UUT have occurred. With risk‐ and patient‐oriented lifelong regular urological care an optimised quality of life and life‐expectancy can be achieved, although there is a complete lack of high‐evidence level studies on this topic. (Source: BJU International)

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Follow‐up of the neuro‐urological patient: a systematic review

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