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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7) Topic F was also scored on a 10-point scale rating the inclusion of statements about the consequences and management of neurogenic bladder based on established best clinical practices.
Many children with a neurogenic bladder have urinary incontinence and potential progressive renal damage because of high bladder storage pressures, secondary vesico-ureteric reflux and recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs).
The etiology of hydroureteronephrosis was neurogenic bladder secondary to meningomyelocele in five patients, a posterior urethral valve (PUV) in four patients, an obstructive megaureter in three patients and ectopic obstructive ureterocele in two patients.
Urodynamic studies in enuresis and the nonneurogenic neurogenic bladder.
Neurogenic bladder refers to dysfunction of the urinary bladder due to the disease of the central nervous system or peripheral nerves involved in the control of micturition (urination).
Neurogenic bladder associated with pure cervical spondylotic myelopathy.
Results: There was no difference in terms of age, sex, disease duration, neurogenic bladder type, MCC, compliance, method of bladder management on admission according to the level and severity of the lesion among patients with SCI (p>0.
Based on observations of a female paraplegic who had been using CISC for 27 years without complications, a case study recommended that the following should be considered when assessing the suitability of individuals for CISC: level of injury, type of neurogenic bladder, upper-extremity function, sitting balance, degree of lower-extremity spasticity, ability to feel substitute sensation of bladder fullness and socio-vocational factors.
A neurogenic bladder is almost always present and can present as recurrent urinary tract infections complicated by vesico-ureteric reflux and hydronephrosis.
Six patients demonstrated additional urinary tract abnormalities, including bulbar urethral strictures (3/64; 5%), neurogenic bladder (2/64; 3%), and a duplicated collecting system extending from the renal pelvis to the distal ureter (1/64; 2%).