The Feline Health Center at Cornell notes similarities between feline idiopathic cystitis (FIC)--the most common diagnosis in cats with lower urinary tract signs--and a bladder disorder
affecting humans called interstitial cystitis.
It's not unusual for women with ovarian cancer to be diagnosed first with a digestive or bladder disorder
8220;It is important to talk to your doctor if you are diagnosed with a common bladder disorder
like urinary tract infection and symptoms do not disappear after treatment with antibiotics,” says Dr.
Vesicoureteral reflux may develop secondary to elevated intravesical pressure in patients with neurogenic bladder disorder
, and spontaneous resolution of a vesicoureteral reflux usually occurs following the reduction of this pressure in most cases.
Richard Goldstein points out that the success with which any canine bladder disorder
is treated will depend largely on the stage at which it is diagnosed.
The inflammation associated with this chronic bladder disorder
can cause diminished bladder capacity or size, glomerulations (pinpoint bleeding) and (rarely) ulcers in the bladder lining.
Some experts in the field believe that vulvar pain from vulvodynia and vulvar vestibulitis (as well as the painful bladder disorder
interstitial cystitis) may be linked to sensitivity to oxalate, a chemical in foods that can stimulate pain fibers.
Technological advances in medicine are also very exciting and important, but we are not able to make a real impact on the quality of lives of the many people suffering from bladder disorder
unless we also raise awareness.
The five adverse pediatric events associated with oxybutynin included psychiatric reactions (depression, hallucination, aggression, panic, and anger), acidosis, osmolality decrease, and bladder disorder
of Belleville, ON, recently announced a strategic alliance with UroCor to distribute Cystistat, Bioniche's product to treat interstitial cystitis, a bladder disorder
, in the U.
Interstitial cystitis (IC) is a chronic bladder disorder
also known as painful bladder syndrome and frequency-urgency-dysuria syndrome.
As early as the 1940s, the relationship of this bladder disorder
to neurosis was extensively referred to in the literature.