Hinman syndrome(redirected from Hinman-Allen syndrome)
non·neu·ro·gen·ic neu·ro·gen·ic blad·der
detrusor-sphincter incoordination with urinary incontinence, constipation, urinary tract infection, upper tract changes.
Synonym(s): Hinman syndrome
Hinman syndrome, Hinman-Allen syndrome (hin′măn)
[Frank Hinman, Jr., U, S. urologist, b. 1915]
An habitual dyscoordination between contraction of the detrusor muscles and relaxation of the urethra. It is a cause of urinary incontinence that is sometimes called nonneurogenic neurogenic bladder. It can be treated with bladder training or medications.
Hinman,Frank, Jr., U.S. urologist, 1915–.
Hinman syndrome - detrusor-sphincter incoordination. Synonym(s): nonneurogenic neurogenic bladder