Pelvic Organ Dysfunction in Neurological Disease describes the neurological control of human bladder, bowel and sexual function and then details the dysfunctions which may arise as a consequence of various neurological diseases. Easy to read, the book will be of value to any healthcare professional managing patients in whom pelvic organ functions have been compromised by neurological disease. The book provides a structured approach to present day understanding of the neurological control of pelvic organs and the investigation and management of each type of organ dysfunction. A unique feature of this book is that it addresses the impact of specific neurological disorders on all three functions. The authors have all been associated with the Department of Uro-Neurology at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London since it was established 20 years ago. This book is a timely review of their accumulated knowledge and the latest literature.
Foreword; Preface; List of contributors; Part I. Neurologic Control of Pelvic Organ Functions: 1. Neurological control of the bladder in health and disease Derek J. Griffiths and Apostolos Apostolidis; 2. Neurological control of the bowel in health and disease Prateesh M. Trivedi and Derek J. Griffiths; 3. Neurological control of sexual function in health and disease Clare J. Fowler, Jalesh N. Panicker and Rajesh B. Kavia; Part II. Evaluation and Management: 4. Approach and evaluation of neurogenic bladder dysfunction Jalesh N. Panicker, Vinay Kalsi and Marianne de Sèze; 5. General measures and non-pharmacological approaches Jeanette Haslam, Gwen Gonzales and Collette Haslam; 6. Neurogenic bladder dysfunction: pharmacological interventional approaches Apostolos Apostolidis, Soumendra Datta, Xavier Gamé and Shahid Khan; 7. Neurogenic bladder dysfunction: surgical interventional approaches Xavier Game, Thomas M. Kessler, Suzy Elneil and Rizwan Hamid; 8. Approach and evaluation of neurogenic bowel dysfunction Klaus Krogh; 9. Neurogenic bowel management Maureen Coggrave and Anton Emmanuel; 10. Evaluation and management of neurogenic sexual dysfunction Charlotte Chaliha, Catherine M. Dalton, Sohier Elneil and Thomas M. Kessler; Part III. Specific Conditions: 11. Cortical and subcortical disorders Ryuji Sakakibara, Clare J. Fowler and Takamichi Hattori; 12. Parkinson's disease Ryuji Sakakibara, Clare J. Fowler and Takamichi Hattori; 13. Multiple system atrophy Ryuji Sakakibara, Clare J. Fowler and Takamichi Hattori; 14. Multiple sclerosis and other non-compressive myelopathies Catherine M. Dalton, Giuseppi Preziosi, Shahid Khan and Marianne de Sèze; 15. Spinal cord injury Xavier Gamé and Rizwan Hamid; 16. Spina bifida and tethered cord syndrome Thomas M. Kessler and Gustav Kiss; 17. Pelvic organ dysfunction following cauda equina damage Simon Podnar and Clare J. Fowler; 18. Neuromuscular disorders Jalesh N. Panicker and Hadi Manji; 19. Urinary retention Jalesh N. Panicker, Ranan DasGupta, Sohier Elneil and Clare J. Fowler; Appendices: Appendix 1. Management algorithms; Appendix 2. Surveys and questionnaires; Index.