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Journal of the Korean Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine 2006;30(4):340-345.
Desire to Void in Patients with Complete Spinal Cord Injury.
Shin, Ji Cheol , Kang, Seong Woong , Chang, Won Hyuk , Jung, Tae Ho , Yoo, Jee Hyun , Mah, Sang Yol
1Department and Research Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, Korea. iamchangwh@dreamwiz.com
2Department of Urology, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea.
완전 척수손상인의 배뇨감각
신지철, 강성웅, 장원혁, 정태호, 유지현, 마상열1
연세대학교 의과대학 재활의학교실 및 재활의학연구소, 1연세대학교 의과대학 비뇨기과학교실
Abstract
Objective
To classify complete spinal cord injury (SCI) patients based on the preservation of desire to void and to make clear the difference between each group
Method
This study was performed retrospectively on 117 complete SCI patients with lesions above T11 who were referred to the urodynamic laboratory. Patients were classified according to the preservation of desire to void during conventional urodynamic study. The clinical and urodynamic characteristics of each group were analyzed.
Results
There were 37 patients (31.6%) with the preserva-tion of desire to void. There were significantly lower compliance of bladder and longer duration from onset to examination in the sensory preservation group than the nonpreservation group (p<0.05). There were no significant difference in clinical features such as voiding method, the presence of autonomic dysreflexia between each group.
Conclusion
The presence of desire to void was noted in 31.6% of complete SCI patients observed. (J Korean Acad Rehab Med 2006; 30: 340-345)
Key Words: Spinal cord injury, Neurogenic bladder, Discomplete, Urodynamics


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