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Schuknecht [5] and Warr and Guinan [6] described the presence of a large number of neurons in the auditory cortex that extend parallel to the cochlear afferent pathway.
These agents bind to the vanilloid receptor in the urothelium and/or afferent pathway and produce neural damage, leading to impairment of bladder function and even retention.