The effects of DMSO treatment on urothelial/lamina propria activity

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A common, but not well understood treatment for painful bladder syndrome is the intravesical application of dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) to the bladder. Although the treatment times and techniques vary between urologists, one method when performing this treatment is application of a 50% DMSO solution into the bladder for 30 minutes. The intravesical DMSO treatment would most likely act upon the apical cell layers of bladder. This identifies the urothelium and lamina propria (U&LP) as the most likely targets for this treatment.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Event3rd National Symposium on Advances in Urogenital and Gut Research - Eastwood , Australia
Duration: 3 Dec 2011 → …

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Conference3rd National Symposium on Advances in Urogenital and Gut Research
CountryAustralia
CityEastwood
Period3/12/11 → …

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Dimethyl Sulfoxide
Mucous Membrane
Urinary Bladder
Interstitial Cystitis
Therapeutics
Urothelium

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Moro, C., Sellers, D. J., & Chess-Williams, R. (2013). The effects of DMSO treatment on urothelial/lamina propria activity. Abstract from 3rd National Symposium on Advances in Urogenital and Gut Research, Eastwood , Australia.
Moro, Christian ; Sellers, Donna J ; Chess-Williams, Russ. / The effects of DMSO treatment on urothelial/lamina propria activity. Abstract from 3rd National Symposium on Advances in Urogenital and Gut Research, Eastwood , Australia.
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2013. Abstract from 3rd National Symposium on Advances in Urogenital and Gut Research, Eastwood , Australia.

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