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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Kari, "Neuropathic bladder as a cause of chronic renal failure in children in developing countries," Pediatric Nephrology, vol.
A diverticulum located superolateral to the ureteral orifice without involving the trigone is referred to as "Hutch diverticulum" and it usually occurs in the setting of a neuropathic bladder and vesicoureteral reflux [5].
Neuropathic bladder and intermittent catheterization: Social and psychological impact on families.
Neuropathic bladder dysfunction in patients with motor complete and sensory incomplete spinal cord lesion.
Behcet's disease and the neuropathic bladder: urodynamic features: case report and a literature review.
The study, Development of a Urinary Symptom Questionnaire for People with Neuropathic Bladder, will develop a questionnaire for individuals being treated for bladder dysfunction because of SCI to assist them in self-assessments of their health.
Intravesical instillation of oxybutynin hydrochloride therapy for patients with a neuropathic bladder. Paraplegia 1994;32:25-9.
The inspirational youngster also has scoliosis, an abnormal twisting of the spine, as well as a neuropathic bladder meaning the nerves that control her bladder are damaged.
Renal size and function in patients with neuropathic bladder due to myelomeningocele: the role of growth hormone.
or non-urological conditions like idiopathic detrusor over activity, neuropathic bladder as a result of diabetes, strokes, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinsonism or degeneration of bladder smooth muscle giving rise to impaired voiding and detrusor instability.
Chronic pyelonephritis in association with neuropathic bladder. Eur J Pediatr Surg 1999; 9: 29-30.
The development of modern neurosurgery (closure of the lesion and treatment of hydrocephalus) and the advent of treatment for the neuropathic bladder addressed the major causes of mortality.