Anal sphincter dysfunction in multiple sclerosis: an observation manometric study
Open medicine (Warsaw, Poland), Volume 11, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 509-517.
Anorectal manometryEDSSFecal incontinenceObstructed defecation
The decrease in the difference in resting anal pressure before and after maximum squeeze maneuvers suggests post-contraction sphincter spasticity, indicating impaired pelvic floor coordination in multiple sclerosis patients. A knowledge of manometric alterations in such patients may be clinically relevant in the selection of patients for ...More
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