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Guidelines for Management of Neurogenic Bowel Dysfunction in Individuals with Central Neurological Conditions

Changes in bowel function and control have a considerable impact on the quality of life of individuals with central neurological conditions. Among individuals with spinal cord injury, for example, loss of bowel control is often seen as more significant than loss of ambulation. Managing this change in function has implications for independence and autonomy, community integration and long term health for the affected individual. It is therefore an important area of care and rehabilitation.

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