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Botulinum Toxin - Recent Topics and Applications [Working Title]
Various neurogenic conditions may determine an altered function of the bladder and urethral sphincters leading to urinary symptoms. Among these symptoms, loss of urine is considered the most bothersome, and recent literature has proposed that urinary incontinence and poor quality of life should be considered as associated conditions. Urinary incontinence is responsible for reducing the enjoyment of life, including loss of self-confidence and limitation of social activity; it is also associateddoi:10.5772/intechopen.102384 fatcat:4o5sv352incjvdwq7vscrtxtqa