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Dear ICCS member, It has been a while since our last communication and while we are still waiting for the summer to arrive here in Scandinavia, I would like to update you on the activities of our society. ICCS board vacancy As you already know we have a vacancy at the ICCS board to be […]
Neurodevelopmental disorders and incontinence in children and adolescents: Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorder, and intellectual disability – A consensus document of the International Children’s Continence Society is among the most downloaded papers in Neurourology and Urodynamics. The ICCS position document was written by Alexander von Gontard, Justine Hussong, Stephen S. Yang, Janet Chase, Israel Franco, and Anne […]
What’s new about urotherapy? Written by Anka Nieuwhof-Leppink, Jens Larsson, Gundela Holmdahl, and Anju Goyal, Urotherapy Book: a case-based approach has been conceived to help in the diffusion of the knowledge and practice of urotherapy and the understanding of the functional mechanisms of lower urinary tract dysfunctions. Despite being the first-line treatment for functional bladder […]
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The fundamental goal of the ICCS is to improve the quality of life and the life expectancy for all growing individuals with deficient bladder function, expressed as problems of storage and evacuation of urine.