Neurogenic dysfunction of the urinary bladder.
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Neurogenic dysfunction of the urinary bladder. An experimental and clinical study with special reference to the ability of electrical stimulation to establish voluntary micturition. by Tage Hald

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Published by Costers Bogtrykkeri in Virum .
Written in English


  • Urinary incontinence -- Psychosomatic aspects.

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LC ClassificationsRC918.U5 H35
The Physical Object
Pagination156 p.
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5516656M
LC Control Number73496997

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Incontinence and urinary retention are common presenting symptoms of bladder dysfunction in patients with neurologic disorders cared for by physiatrists. Optimal management of the neurogenic bladder requires an understanding of the neuroanatomy, physiology, and classification of neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction (NLUTD).Author: Lance L. Goetz, Adam P. Klausner. Typical manifestations of neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction 26 References 26 4. TREATMENT 29 Introduction 29 Non-invasive conservative treatment 29 Assisted bladder emptying 29 Lower urinary tract rehabilitation 29 Bladder File Size: KB. Stohrer M, Castro-Diaz D, Chartier-Kastler E, et al. Guidelines on neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction. Prog Urol ; – de Sèze M, Ruffion A, Cited by: 8. Classification. Neurogenic bladder, like other types of voiding dysfunction, can be classified, based on the description by W as a failure to store or a failure to e to store or empty can be further classified by bladder anomalies, outlet anomalies, or a combination of both.

A neurogenic bladder means that you have some type of bladder control problem caused by an injury or an illness of the nerves, spinal cord, or brain. The bladder, brain, and sphincter are not communicating well. Your bladder may empty too frequently, not frequently enough, or in an uncoordinated way. Many tremendous advances in the management of neurovesical dysfunction have taken place over the past two decades. Gone are the days of severe hydronephrosis, renal failure, and even death from neurogenic urinary dysfunction. Only rarely do we now see children who present with significant urinary tract changes. Aims: To introduce basic concepts and definitions in the International Continence Society (ICS) Standardisation of Terminology in adult Neurogenic Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction (NLUTD). Methods: Fundamental terminology in the ICS Standardisation of Terminology of Adult NLUTD was identified and summarized. Results: NLUTD is often associated with impairment of cognitive, motor, . WHAT IS NEUROGENIC BLADDER? Neurogenic bladder is a condition where the problems associated with the nervous system affect the bladder and urination. The nervous system can be affected as a result of diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, stroke, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, etc. SYMPTOMS OF NEUROGENIC BLADDER Symptoms.

Found in many patients with neurologic disorders, including multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injury, and spina bifida among others, neurogenic bladder can lead to problematic. Neurogenic bladder is when a problem in your brain, spinal cord, or central nervous system makes you lose control of your bladder. You may pee too much or too little. You could have symptoms of. The cause of neurogenic bladder, a bladder control dysfunction, is damage to the brain, spinal cord, or nerves supplying the lower urinary tract. Lithotripsy is a procedure used to examine the urinary tract. Urological disorders, including urinary infections, incontinence, and renal failure, represent a significant source of morbidity and mortality in these patients. Long-term mortality is associated to urological causes in approximately 33%. In order to prevent this complications, urologic evaluation since early childhood must be done. The evaluation of the degree of damage to the urinary tract.