BLADDER DYSFUNCTION IN 2015: Novel findings continue to challenge researchers and clinicians

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Abstract

2015 has seen advances in various bladder conditions. MicroRNAs might become therapeutic targets, the MAPP network characterized central neurological changes in chronic pelvic pain syndrome, and urologists were reminded to consider cognitive effects of long-term anticholinergics use. A study of obstetric vesicovaginal fistula repair shows how evidence-based research might improve public health in poorly resourced countries.

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