Update Series (2015) Lesson 16: Botulinum Toxin Use in the Lower Urinary Tract in Adults and Children
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At the conclusion of this continuing medical education activity, the participant will understand the indications for botulinum toxin use in the lower urinarytract of adult and pediatric patients, as well as the injection technique, expected outcomes and possible adverse events associated with this treatment modality.
David A. Ginsberg, MD
Disclosures: Allergan: Consultant/Investigator; Medtronic: Investigator
Associate Professor of Clinical Urology
USC Keck School of Medicine
Chief of Urology
Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
Los Angeles, California
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