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Can neurogenic bladder be cured after back surgery?

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Dr. Scott Glickman
Neurosurgery
3 doctors agree

In brief: Perhaps

If the etiology of the neurogenic bladder is cord or nerve compromise (such as severe stenosis, herniated disc, or other compression), then decompression of the nerves will lead to functional improvement, so long as the nerve compromise has not been lasting and neurovascular compromise has not taken effect.

In brief: Perhaps

If the etiology of the neurogenic bladder is cord or nerve compromise (such as severe stenosis, herniated disc, or other compression), then decompression of the nerves will lead to functional improvement, so long as the nerve compromise has not been lasting and neurovascular compromise has not taken effect.
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Dr. Atif Haque
Neurosurgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Unlikely

Acute bladder dysfunction can respond to acute surgical intervention, but longer dysfunction typically is frequently refractory to treatment.

In brief: Unlikely

Acute bladder dysfunction can respond to acute surgical intervention, but longer dysfunction typically is frequently refractory to treatment.
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