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the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

to force one's way into a place or situation

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The underlying mechanisms involve overactive detrusor muscle or poor bladder compliance.
Characterization of the 5HT receptor potentiating neuromuscular cholinergic transmission in strips of human isolated detrusor muscle.
Combined bladder dysfunction: results in the detrusor muscle working in opposition to the external sphincter muscle.
Inhibition of the muscarinic receptors in the urinary bladder results in decreased urinary bladder contraction, increased residual urine volume, and decreased detrusor muscle pressure.
Surgically altered detrusor muscle, such as augmentation cystoplasty 3.
the detrusor muscle contracts); however, the external sphincter also contracts, creating detrusor-sphincter dyssynergia, or uncoordination.
Older antimuscarinic drugs lack selectivity for the M3 receptor, which regulates detrusor muscle function, and often cause collateral blockade of central muscarinic M1 receptors, leading to cognitive impairment and sleepiness, explained Dr.
In elderly women with or without UI, the detrusor muscle may become overactive without any neuronal loss.
This condition occurs when the detrusor muscle contracts without warning, resulting in sudden and often noticeable leakage of urine.
Other health implications of urinary incontinence in people living with MS or spinal cord injury include skin irritation and ulcers, kidney failure4,11and recurrent urinary tract infections, which may lead to serious health consequences, if the overactivity of the detrusor muscle is not treated.
16,17) The suprapubic position (2 cm superior to the symphysis pubis) relies on NIR light reaching the anterior wall of the bladder transcutaneously through the anterior abdominal wall to interrogate the detrusor muscle in the anterior wall of the bladder.