Differently increased mRNA expression pattern of genes involved in pronociceptive inflammatory reactions in bladder tissue of classic and non-classic interstitial cystitis.

Nomiya A1, Homma Y1, Tagaya M2, Oyama T2, Takagaki K2, Niimi A1, Nishimatsu H1, Igawa Y3

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Painful Bladder Syndromes/IC

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Non Discussion Poster
Scientific Non Discussion Poster Session 34
Pain, Pelvic/Perineal Painful Bladder Syndrome/Interstitial Cystitis (IC) Prospective Study Pathophysiology
1. Department of Urology, the University of Tokyo, 2. Nippon Shinyaku Co., LTD, 3. Department of Continence Medicine, the University of Tokyo
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