MARIANNE A W Vijverberg: Influence Statistics

MARIANNE A W Vijverberg

MARIANNE A W Vijverberg

Pediatric Renal Center, University Children's Hospitals UMC Utrecht and AMC Amsterdam, The Netherlands | Department of Pediatric Psychology, University Medical Center Utrecht, ...

MARIANNE A W Vijverberg: Expert Impact

Concepts for which MARIANNE A W Vijverberg has direct influence: Dysfunctional voiding , Pelvic floor , Urethral length , Overactive bladder , Biofeedback training , Urinary incontinence , Enuresis risoria .

MARIANNE A W Vijverberg: KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which for which MARIANNE A W Vijverberg has influence: Dysfunctional voiding , Urinary tract , Biofeedback therapy , Vesicoureteral reflux , Pelvic floor , Functional constipation , Overactive bladder .

KOL Resume for MARIANNE A W Vijverberg

Year
2013

Pediatric Renal Center, University Children's Hospitals UMC Utrecht and AMC Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2011

Department of Pediatric Psychology, University Medical Center Utrecht, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2010

Department of Pediatric Urology (University Children's Hospital), University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands

2008

Psychology, Wilhelmina Children's Hospital, University Medical Center, Utrecht, Netherlands

2007

Pediatric Renal Center, University Children’s Hospital University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands

2006

Paediatric Psychology, UMC/Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital, Utrecht, the Netherlands

2005

Pediatric Psychology, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands

2004

From the University Children’s Hospital, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands

2001

From the Pediatric Renal Center, University Children’s Hospital, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands

1997

(a) Department of Pediatric Psychology and (b) Pediatric Renal Center, University Hospital for Children and Youth ‘Het Wilhelmina Kinderziekenhuis’, Utrecht, The Netherlands

1995

Departments of Paediatric Psychology, University Hospital for Children and Youth, Utrecht, the Netherlands

1984

aDepartment of Paediatric Nephrology, University Children’s Hospital, Het Wilhelmina Kinderziekenhuis, Utrecht, The Netherlands bDepartment of Child Psychology, University Children’s Hospital, Het Wilhelmina Kinderziekenhuis, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Prominent publications by MARIANNE A W Vijverberg

KOL-Index: 9919 . PURPOSE: We proved the accuracy of the transverse diameter of the rectum on ultrasonography as an additional parameter for diagnosing constipation in children with lower urinary tract dysfunction. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The diameter of the rectum on bladder ultrasonography in a constipated group of patients with dysfunctional voiding was compared to this diameter in a control group of ...
Known for Dysfunctional Voiding | Diagnostic Tool | Constipation Children | Rectum Ultrasonography
KOL-Index: 7809 . OBJECTIVES: Dynamic perineal ultrasonography to assess the function of the pelvic floor muscles in children with micturition complaints shows that many children with daytime incontinence or recurrent urinary tract infections use their pelvic floor paradoxically. They strain when asked to withhold urine, or they have no voluntary control of the pelvic floor muscles at all. The aim of this ...
Known for Pelvic Floor | Dysfunctional Voiding | Biofeedback Training | 52 Patients
KOL-Index: 7509 . PURPOSE: We studied the added value of home uroflowmetry for biofeedback training compared to added attention and standard therapy in a multicomponent behavioral training program for voiding disorders in school-age children. Little is known about the role of biofeedback by home uroflowmetry for dysfunctional voiding due to NNBSD in children. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A randomized controlled ...
Known for Dysfunctional Voiding | Uroflowmetry Biofeedback | Standard Therapy | Randomized Controlled
KOL-Index: 6465 . PURPOSE: We determined whether parents of children with overactive bladder and dysfunctional voiding had had similar symptoms in childhood. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A case-control study was done in parents with and without children with overactive bladder or dysfunctional voiding. All were recruited from an outpatient clinic. Diagnoses in children were made according to the International ...
Known for Overactive Bladder | Dysfunctional Voiding | Symptoms Children | Urination Disorders
KOL-Index: 4973 . OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this work was to analyze prospectively the prevalence of behavioral disorders in children with urinary incontinence because of nonneuropathic bladder-sphincter dysfunction before and after treatment for incontinence. METHODS: A total of 202 children with nonneuropathic bladder-sphincter dysfunction were enrolled in the European Bladder Dysfunction Study, in ...
Known for Urinary Incontinence | Dysfunctional Voiding | Behavior Problems | Bladder Dysfunction
KOL-Index: 4941 . OBJECTIVES: To describe the use of colonic washout enemas for persistent constipation in children treated for dysfunctional voiding by cognitive and biofeedback training. METHODS: We treated 50 children, who had dysfunctional voiding and persistent dilatation of the rectum notwithstanding adequate oral laxatives, with colonic washout enemas. We performed retrograde filling of the rectum ...
Known for Dysfunctional Voiding | Urinary Tract | Constipation Children | Oral Laxatives
KOL-Index: 4883 . OBJECTIVE: To clarify the relationship between disordered defecation and non-neuropathic bladder-sphincter dysfunction (NNBSD) by comparing the prevalence of symptoms of disordered defecation in children with NNBSD before and after treatment for urinary incontinence (UI), and assessing the effect of such symptoms on the cure rate for UI. PATIENTS AND METHODS: In the European Bladder ...
Known for Fecal Incontinence | Functional Urinary | Bladder Dysfunction | Child Constipation
KOL-Index: 4557 . OBJECTIVE: To reassess the incontinence and urge complaints in adults who had undergone inpatient urotherapy during childhood and compare the results with the short-term outcomes. METHODS: From 1987 to 1990, 95 children (13 boys and 82 girls; age 6-17 years) underwent hospitalized urotherapy to treat functional lower urinary tract symptoms. This group was traced and a questionnaire was ...
Known for Urge Complaints | Patients Childhood | Urinary Incontinence | Longterm Followup
KOL-Index: 3981 . OBJECTIVE: To treat enuresis risoria (giggle micturition) by a self-administered electric and imaginary shock and to evaluate the outcome after behavioural therapy. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Six boys and three girls with enuresis risoria were evaluated and treated. The mean age at referral was 10.4 years (range 5.7-14.2). All children had episodes of involuntary complete bladder emptying ...
Known for Enuresis Risoria | Involuntary Complete Bladder | Voiding Problems | Humans Laughter
KOL-Index: 3269 . OBJECTIVE: To gain insight into the efficacy and safety of urethral de-obstruction in boys with overactive bladder (OAB) complaints refractory to conservative treatment. MATERIALS AND METHODS: All boys, older than 5 years, referred in 2009 for OAB complaints were included, n = 180. Nine had abdominal or penile pain as predominant complaint. 82% were tertiary referrals after unsuccessful ...
Known for Urethral Obstruction | Urinary Incontinence | Bladder Overactive | Nocturnal Enuresis
KOL-Index: 3103 . PURPOSE: Until 1986 many urologists performed currently outdated, redundant internal urethrotomy as standard therapy for recurrent urinary tract infection in girls. We describe the results of therapy in patients who became incontinent due to previous internal urethrotomy. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Between 1986 and 1995, 21 female patients with post-Otis urethrotomy incontinence have presented ...
Known for Urinary Incontinence | Bladder Neck | Conservative Therapy | Urethra Patients
KOL-Index: 2964 . AIMS: This study was conducted to try to objectify assessment of pediatric uroflowmetry curves. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Nine professionals in pediatric incontinence care judged 480 pediatric uroflows. On a 1-5 scale, where 1 = anomalous and 5 = normal, uroflows were assessed on four items: staccato, interrupted, flow time and obstruction. Eighty uroflows were re-evaluated for intra-observer ...
Known for Uroflowmetry Curves | Flow Time | Urinary Incontinence | Urodynamics Adolescent

Key People For Dysfunctional Voiding

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Piet B Hoebeke
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Pediatric Renal Center, University Children's Hospitals UMC Utrecht and AMC Amsterdam, The Netherlands | Department of Pediatric Psychology, University Medical Center Utrecht, Amsterdam, The Netherlands | Department of Pediatric Urology (University C