Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressive neurological autoimmune disease with a diverse range of urological symptomatology, and most MS patients experience 1 or more moderate to severe urinary symptoms, as well as bladder and/or sexual disorders. Urologists play the director's role in evaluating and treating these patients. Therefore, identifying the proper evaluation tools and the most suitable therapeutic options for specific patients requires a thorough understanding of this disease process.

Bientinesi, R., Gandi, C., Bassi, P., Managing urological disorders in multiple sclerosis patients: A review of available and emerging therapies, <<INTERNATIONAL NEUROUROLOGY JOURNAL>>, 2020; 24 (2): 118-126. [doi:10.5213/inj.2040028.014] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/164623]

Managing urological disorders in multiple sclerosis patients: A review of available and emerging therapies

Bientinesi, Riccardo
Primo
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Gandi, Carlo
Secondo
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Bassi, Pierfrancesco
Ultimo
2020

Abstract

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressive neurological autoimmune disease with a diverse range of urological symptomatology, and most MS patients experience 1 or more moderate to severe urinary symptoms, as well as bladder and/or sexual disorders. Urologists play the director's role in evaluating and treating these patients. Therefore, identifying the proper evaluation tools and the most suitable therapeutic options for specific patients requires a thorough understanding of this disease process.
2020
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Bientinesi, R., Gandi, C., Bassi, P., Managing urological disorders in multiple sclerosis patients: A review of available and emerging therapies, <<INTERNATIONAL NEUROUROLOGY JOURNAL>>, 2020; 24 (2): 118-126. [doi:10.5213/inj.2040028.014] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/164623]
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