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The effectiveness of bladder rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis
  1. Clare J Fowler
  1. Correspondence to Professor C J Fowler, Institute of Neurology, Department of Uro-Neurology, Box 71, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London WC1N 3BG, UK; c.fowler{at}

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Since the publication of the ‘UK consensus on bladder management in multiple sclerosis (MS)’1 several articles have appeared drawing attention to the fact that our paper had so little evidence on which to base its recommendations. This was inevitable at the time, but the paper by Khan and colleagues2 in this issue has gone some way to redress matters by looking at outcomes of bladder rehabilitation in a randomised controlled trial (see page 1033). In fact it is important to …

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