Autonomic dysreflexia in patients treated for overactive bladder due to neurologic disease Autonomic dysreflexia associated with intradetrusor injections of BOTOX could occur in patients treated for detrusor
overactivity associated with a neurologic condition and may require prompt medical therapy.
A transvaginal probe for near-infrared spectroscopic monitoring of the bladder detrusor
muscle and urethral sphincter.
muscle strips were prepared from porcine bladders and the electrically induced muscle contractility measured by organ bath.
Incelenen urodinami kayitlarinda detrusor
kompliansi (11), mesane doluluk duyusu (12), beklenen mesane kapasitesi (13), maksimum sistometrik kapasite, rezidu idrar miktari degerlendirildi.
If the bladder capacity reached the expected capacity for age and there was no increase in the detrusor
pressures during filling, if a complete sphincter relaxation occured during urinations and urination occured without residue the evaluation was interpreted to be normal.
3] receptors in the detrusor
muscle of the bladder causing relaxation of the bladder muscle during the storage phase of the micturition cycle.
Pharmacological treatment for detrusor
hyperreflexia is ineffective and is limited by severe side effects.
Dyssenergia means that both the detrusor
and sphincter contract.
A person must be able to squeeze the sphincter muscle to prevent urine from leaking out and the detrusor
muscle must stay relaxed so that the bladder can expand.
The bladder (or urinary vesicle) is a hollow organ formed by an inner epithelial layer (the urothetium), connective tissue and the detrusor
They include decreased internal bladder sphincter tone due to alfa 1 adrenergic blockade (4), reduced dopamine transmission in the basal ganglia (5), urinary retention and subsequent overflow incontinence due to antimuscarinic properties of antipsychotics (6) and blockade of pudendal reflexes via antagonism of 5-HT2 or 3 (7) and the activation of neuronal 5 HT4 receptors in the detrusor
Amundsen and her colleagues had expected to find notably lower nighttime urinary volumes in the participants with detrusor
overactivity because of a greater voiding frequency.
Vesical pressure is defined as detrusor
pressure (pressure due to the bladder wall) plus abdominal pressure; it is the pressure recorded in the bladder after a hydrostatic zero pressure is set external to the patient and at the top of the suprapubic bone.
Women were excluded if they had detrusor
overactivity or previous sling surgery.
Symptoms of overactive bladder (OAB), also termed urge urinary incontinence, occur because the detrusor
muscle is overactive and contracts inappropriately during the filling phase.