送交者: Yush 于 2005-11-10, 15:21:37:
回答: There is no science since there is no control 由 大胖星 于 2005-11-10, 14:54:03:
First is the relationship between naturally triggered voiding and artificially triggered voiding. In patients with suprasacral spinal cord injury one or more nature triggering points usually develops to initiate voiding, for example tapping the lower abdomen, pulling the pubis or scratching the skin below the spinal cord injury level. Does the patient who underwent the operation still retain naturally triggered voiding? Furthermore, we do not think the artificial reflex arc can “control” voiding. It may have the same role of trigger point in spastic bladders of spinal cord injury.