Study debunks common belief about neuromodulation's mechanism in retention


Chicago - Sacral neuromodulation's favorable effect on chronic urinary retentiondoes not derive from a direct relaxant effect on the urethral sphincter,according to findings from a study that debunks a popular belief about thetherapeutic mechanisms of neuromodulation.

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