Dynamics of changes in the parameters of electromyography in the treatment of hyperactive urinary bladder with hyperkinetic tone of the detrusor and the distal part of the colon
Keywords:neurogenic bladder disorders, neurogenic bowel dysfunction, electromyography, detrusor
AbstractThe article presents the results of treatment of patients with overactive bladder detrusor muscle tone hypertotonic with combined pathology of distal colon. Effectiveness evaluation was conducted using electromyography. It was found that the electromyography shows the functional state of the urinary tract and distal colon in their comorbidity. Conservative treatment of this category of patients is effective.
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