Data Concerning the Formation of New Afferent Pathways of the Bladder and Large Intestine - USSR -.
JOINT PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH SERVICE ARLINGTON VA
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It has been known for a long time that traumas of the spinal cord and, especially, a complete severance lead to grave impairments of the function of the internal orsans and the lower extremities. The urinary bladder suffers gravely I. S. Babehin, 1954 A. N. 3akulev, 1944 A. V. 3ondarchuk, 1942 A. I. Vasilyev, 1942 A. P. Frumkin, 1944 V. N. Shamov, 1944, etc00 The problem of restora tion of the function of the urinary bladder and other organs of the small pelvis also continues to remain urgent Ye. F. flasova, 1958 M. R. Kasatkin, 1958, etc.. Since in traumas of the spinal cord the innervation apparatus and the conducting pathways of the organs of the small pelvis undoubtedly suffer and the available collateral pathways are not always capable of compensating substantially for the missing function, we have undertaken to study the formation of new collateral innervation
- Anatomy and Physiology