hyperreflexic bladder

hy·per·re·flex·ic blad·der

a bladder exhibiting uninhibitable contraction.
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Disorders in the lower urinary tract including hyperreflexic bladder, decreased adaptation and detrusor-sphynther dysynergia cause to a bladder which functions with a high pressure and incomplete emptying of the bladder.
Generally, supraspinal injury such as stroke causes an uninhibited or hyperreflexic bladder. Urinary retention is less common.
Among four patients with hyperreflexic bladder, surgery changed the detrusor hyperreflexia and high detrusor pressure to nearly normal storage and synergic voiding.
* Suprasacral spinal cord lesion (hyperreflexic bladder)--these patient present with a spastic bladder and internal sphincter and they often have DSD detrusor sphincter dyssynergia) where there is a lack of co-ordination between the detrusor muscle and internal sphincter.
[11] have an interest in cerebral palsy patients and bladder function; 16.4% of their cohort showed spastic, hyperreflexic bladders on urodynamic testing.