neurogenic bladder

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Noun1.neurogenic bladder - a urinary bladder disorder caused by a lesion in the nervous system
bladder disorder - a disorder of the urinary bladder
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We identified a prospective cohort of patients with neurogenic bladder who were undergoing their first intravesical injection of onabotulinum toxin A for neurogenic detrusor overactivity between December 2014-December 2016.
Differences in urodynamic variables for vesicoureteral reflux depending on the neurogenic bladder type.
Conclusion: Detrusor overactivity was the commonest neurogenic bladder pattern among the traumatic spinal cord injury patients.
Keywords: Behcet, neurogenic bladder, overactive detrusor, anticholinergic
Asymptomatic bacteriuria (AB) is present in approximately 70% of patients with spinal cord injury and neurogenic bladder who perform intermittent bladder catheterization (11) due to functional abnormalities, urinary stasis, and the bladder emptying technique.
Neurogenic bladder (14-18) * Maintain a high level of suspicion for a UTI because symptoms are often non-specific and may include: fever, rigors, chills, nausea and vomiting, abdominal discomfort, sweating, muscular spasms, fatigue, and autonomic dysreflexia.
Critique: An absolutely "must read" for anyone having to deal with a neurogenic bladder condition, and in view of our increasingly aging general population, "Beyond Embarrassment" is a vitally important and strongly recommended addition to community Health/Medicine reference collections.
We hereby present a case of neurogenic bladder successfully managed with autologous mesenchymal stem cells.
To the best of our knowledge, this study is the first clinical evaluation of urinary levels of hs CRP, urinary UA, and thiol status in children and adolescents with neurogenic bladder after meningomyelocele.
Nikita, an executive at a shipping company, added she requires rectification of her neurogenic bladder and a kidney transplant.
Following a spinal-cord injury (SCI) a person may often experience a neurogenic bladder, which requires catheterization or other urinary devices to help drain the bladder.
Neurogenic bladder was held responsible for 17 patients (17/222=7.