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Prof Michael Raymond Ruggieri
Lewis KAtz School of Medicine at Temple University

ICS 2019

Podium Session 16 Best Basic Science 277 Bladder reinnervation by somatic nerve transfer to pelvic nerve vesical branches does not reinnervate the urethra

ICS 2017

Podium Short Oral Session 4 Regulation of Bladder Contractility 38 Contractility of bladder smooth muscle is preserved after lower spinal cord injury

Podium Short Oral Session 37 Neurourology 726 Canine urinary bladder receives functional innervation from the upper lumbar and lower thoracic spinal cord after sacral root transection

Non Discussion Abstract Session 41 Non Discussion Abstracts 843 IN-VIVO HYPOGASTRIC NERVE STIMULATION AND RECORDING DURING BLADDER FILLING

ICS 2016

Podium Short Oral Session 6 Neurophysiology and Pharmacology 65 Bladder reinnervation by nerve transfer using a primarily motor donor nerve (femoral nerve branches) induces increased sympathetic bladder innervation

ICS 2015

Podium Session 36 Sensation and the Central Nervous System 513 Evidence for bladder fullness sensation in the new neuronal pathway established by genitofemoral or femoral nerve transfer to an anterior vesical pelvic nerve branch in a canine decentralized bladder model.

ICS 2014

Podium Session 28 Neurourology 406 Evidence of vagus nerve sprouting to innervate the urinary bladder and clitoris in a canine model of lower motoneuron lesioned bladder.

ICS 2013

Podium Poster Session 5 Basic Science 2: Sensory Pathways 25 Neuromuscular Nicotinic Receptors Mediate Bladder Contractions Following Reinnervation with Geniotofemoral to Pelvic Nerve Transfer

Non Discussion Poster Session 34 618 SOMATIC NERVE TRANSFER TO PELVIC NERVE REINNERVATES THE DETRUSOR MUSCLE AFTER SPINAL ROOT INJURY.

ICS/IUGA 2010

Non Discussion Poster Session 31 353 Urothelial spermidine release attenuates detrusor muscle contraction.

Non Discussion Poster Session 31 711 Reinnervation of the urethral and anal sphincters with anterior femoral to pudendal nerve transfer

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Michael Ruggieri

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Profession:Pharmacologist
Qualifications:PhD Professor
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Prof Michael Raymond Ruggieri declared on the Thursday 4th January 2018 that they did not have any existing or known future financial relationships or affiliations to disclose (NONE).

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