Main Outcome Measures
List of abbreviations:NDO (neurogenic detrusor overactivity), Pdet max (maximum detrusor pressure), PTNS (percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation), SCI (spinal cord injury), TTNS (transcutaneous tibial nerve stimulation), UDM (urodynamic study)
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Supported by the Ratchadapiseksompotch Fund, Faculty of Medicine , Chulalongkorn University (grant no. RA 59/051 ).
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