1 Physiopathology of overactive bladder2 Diagnosis of overactive bladder3 Treatment options in patients with overactive bladder: Initial and Pharmacological management4 Treatment options in patients with overactive bladder: Invasive management (Botulin toxin, Neurostimulation, Surgical options)5 Bladder outlet obstruction and overactive bladder in Females6 Bladder outlet obstruction and overactive bladder in Males (IPB)7 Overactive bladder and female stress urinary incontinence8 Physiopathology of underactive bladder9 Diagnosis of underactive bladder in male10 Diagnosis of underactive bladder in female11 Treatment options of underactive bladder (CIC, Neurostimulation, TURP)12 Detrusor Overactivity with Detrusor Underactivity (formerly known as DHIC - Detrusor Hyperactivity with Impaired Contractility)13 Defunctionalized Bladder and Kidney Transplantation14 Imaging in bladder dysfuncions in male and female15 Female Sexuality in Pelvic Floor Disorders
This book is exclusively devoted to the often-challenging diagnosis, management and treatment of patients with non-neurogenic bladder dysfunction. A unique team of experts in the field report on the state of the art and the latest trends concerning overactive and underactive bladder dysfunctions, while also discussing detrusor overactivity impaired contractility.
Given its scope, the book will benefit all urologists, and offers a valuable tool for professionals and physicians who care and deal with patients with non-neurogenic bladder dysfunctions.
Matteo Balzarro is Urologist consultant in the dept. of Urology and Referent of the Female Urology Section at the Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Integrata of Verona. In 2010 he gain the High Specialization in reconstructive surgery of female pelvic floor. He has dedicated his professional career to female and functional urology since 2000 with a Research fellowship at Glickman Urologic and Kidney Institute, Female Urology Section, Cleveland Clinic, In 2001 he had a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in female urology, at Scott Dept. of Urology, Female Urology section, Baylor College of Medicine. In 2016 he gain a Master Degree in Quality and Patient Safety (Risk Management and Patient Safety) at the University of Verona. He is the author of several publications and a member of the most important scientific societies.
Vincenzo Li Marzi is consultant urologist in the Department of Urological Robotic Surgery and Kidney Transplantation University of Florence, Careggi Teaching Hospital, experienced in functional/female urology, neuro-urology, and renal transplantation.
He is member of the Teaching Council of the Residency School in Urology at the University of Florence, member of the Renal Transplantation Working Group of the Italian Society of Urology (SIU), and currently vice-President of the executive board of the Italian Society of Urodynamics (SIUD). Dr. Li Marzi is author of more than 150 publications. He is co-author in several book chapters and editor of other books in his areas of interest.