detrusor

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detrusor

 [de-troo´ser]
1. a body part that pushes down, such as a muscle.
2. pertaining to the detrusor muscle of the bladder; see anatomic Table of Muscles in the Appendices.

de·tru·sor

(dē-trū'sŏr),
1. A muscle that has the action of expelling a substance.
2.
[L. detrudo, to drive away]

detrusor

/de·tru·sor/ (de-troo´ser) [L.]
1. a body part that pushes down.
2. detrusor urinae (detrusor muscle of the bladder).

de·tru·sor

(dĕ-trū'sŏr)
A muscle that has the action of expelling a substance.
[L. detrudo, to drive away]

detrusor

1. Any entity that pushes down.
2. The muscle of the bladder.

Detrusor

Muscle of the bladder wall.
Mentioned in: Cystometry

detrusor

a general term for a muscle that expresses a substance. The detrusor muscle of the bladder squeezes urine towards the outlet.