In this timely and comprehensive new edition, the editors have brought together an impressive team of world authorities in teh field to provide an essential refernce source for residents, physicians and healthcare professionals involved in teh diagnosis and management of neurogenic bladder patients. Neurogenic bladder dysfunction is a disorder fo the lower urinary teract with multiple etiologies, which may result from a disease (such as diabetes mellitus), an injury, or a birth defect affecting the brain, spinal cord, or nerves leading to the bladder. Both children and adults may be affected. Since the year 2000, there has been tremendous progress in the treatment of these patients. New diagnositic techniques have emerged to complement the traditional armamentarium, and major advances have been made in the therapeutic options available: from non-surgical, electrical and surgical treatments to neurostimulation and tissue engineering.