detrusor pressure


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de·tru·sor pres·sure

that component of intravesical pressure created by the tension (active and passive) exerted by the bladder wall; the transmural pressure across the bladder wall estimated by subtracting abdominal pressure from intravesical pressure.

detrusor pressure

the pressure exerted inwards by the detrusor urinae muscles of the bladder wall, one of the components of the total intravesical pressure.
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