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1 mL of indigo carmine added to the total volume as a marker for detrusor injection sites.
Preoperatively, subjective UUI was reported by 66%, 61%, and 64%, and detrusor overactivity was present in 59%, 62%, and 66% of patients undergoing TVT, SPARC, or TOT.
Las diferentes fases del ciclo miccional estan bajo el control del sistema nervioso simpatico (T10-L1), el parasimpatico (S2-S4) y el sistema somatico a traves del nervio pudendo; estos sistemas a su vez sufren la influencia del nucleo del detrusor en el tallo cerebral, modulado por la corteza, que es la que en ultima instancia integra las sensaciones y el control de la miccion.
Among four patients with hyperreflexic bladder, surgery changed the detrusor hyperreflexia and high detrusor pressure to nearly normal storage and synergic voiding.
Q I AM a 21-year-old man and I have been told I have a bladder problem called congenital detrusor instability.
We examined isometric and isotonic detrusor contractile function and urethral outflow.
El vaciamiento vesical depende de la capacidad del detrusor para contraerse y generar presion facilitando el flujo y de la capacidad del esfinter externo para relajarse de manera coordinada y consciente (4).
We noted that Pves showed unusual intermittent sharp spikes of raised detrusor pressure.
Practical functional urology will help urologists, gynecologists, and surgeons to diagnose and treat functional disorders which were previously less understood, including overactive bladder, detrusor underactivity, painful bladder syndrome/interstitial cystitis, prostatitis, stress urinary incontinence, including urinary tract infections, and urethral disorders.
In this study, detrusor activity, bladder sensation, bladder capacity, bladder compliance, urethral function, maximum bladder capacity, Pves max (maximum intravesical pressure), Pabd max (maximum abdominal pressure), and Pdet max (maximum detrusor pressure) were recorded in the filling phase.
Physiologic functions impacted by the central nervous system include: heart rate, blood pressure (BP), tone of the bladder sphincter and detrusor muscle, bowel motility, bronchodilation and constriction, pupillary dilation and constriction, sweating, catecholamine release, erection, ejaculation and orgasm, tearing, and salivation.
Results: Among 140 study participants detrusor overactivity was found in 100 patients out of which 76 (76%) had thoracic level of injury, 20 (20%) had cervical level and 4 (4%) had lumbar level of injury.
The findings suggest that neurogenic bladder due to neuro-Behcet disease is characterized uro-dynamically by overactive detrusor in storage phase and detrusor sphincter dyssynergia in voiding phase 12.
Urge incontinence is caused by hyperactivity of the detrusor muscle, the large pumping muscle of the wall of the bladder.
The presence of detrusor overactivity (DO) may have some implication on surgery outcome and additional management; however, about 30% of the patients with mixed stress and urgency incontinence will see improvement in both components after surgery.