Bladder Disease

How are intraurethral stents used to treat neurogenic bladder?

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  • ANeil H. Grafstein, MD, Urology, answered on behalf of The Mount Sinai Health System
    Intraurethral stents can be placed to help a non-relaxing sphincter. The alternative is sphincterotomy where the sphincter is cut through a telescope to keep it open.
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