detrusor


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detrusor

(diːˈtruːsə)
n
a muscle in the wall of the bladder
Translations
detrusore

de·tru·sor

n. detrusor, músculo que expulsa o echa hacia afuera.
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1) When this condition is associated with detrusor overactivity (DO), defined by the International Continence Society as the urodynamic observation of involuntary detrusor contractions during the cystometry phase which may be spontaneous or provoked, the condition is known as detrusor overactivity incontinence (DOI).
Detrusor overactivity and urge incontinence following surgery.
However, intermittent self-catheterization was still required for detrusor hyperreflexia.
Durante la fase de llenado la vejiga tiene la capacidad de distenderse progresivamente (complacencia normal) sin aumentar la presion dentro de ella y sin presentar ningun tipo de contraccion (vejiga estable), hasta cuando se alcanza la capacidad funcional (edad+2 = onzas), momento en el que el individuo siente el deseo de orinar, y se presenta la fase de vaciado, al contraer el musculo detrusor (hasta 40 ml de [H.
Older antimuscarinic drugs lack selectivity for the M3 receptor, which regulates detrusor muscle function, and often cause collateral blockade of central muscarinic M1 receptors, with resultant cognitive impairment and sleepiness, explained Dr.
Among 16 children with areflexic bladder, average bladder capacity reportedly increased from 72 mL to 210 mL and the detrusor became contractile in 13 of the patients.
Joy and Johnston (2001) suggest that 90% of people with MS experience bladder dysfunction at some point; detrusor hyperreflexia, detrusor sphincter dyssynergia, and detrusor areflexia are the three most common types.
genuine stress incontinence rather than urodynamic stress incontinence, detrusor instability rather than detrusor overactivity), but none of these are likely to matter too much.
Botox has also been studied in detrusor sphincter dyssynergia (DSD), which causes urinary urgency, frequency, incontinence, difficulties emptying the bladder, and urinary infections in people with MS.