neuropathic bladder


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neu·ro·path·ic blad·der

any defective functioning of bladder due to impaired innervation, for example, cord bladder, neuropathic bladder.
Synonym(s): neurogenic bladder

neuropathic bladder

neu·ro·path·ic blad·der

(nūr'ō-path'ik blad'ĕr)
Any defective functioning of bladder due to impaired innervation.
Synonym(s): neurogenic bladder.
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14,33) However, it is unclear whether an augmentation increases this risk or if it is the nature of the neuropathic bladder (i.
Another unique aspect to the adolescent patient with a neuropathic bladder is the advent of sexuality.
44 He also believes that an incontinent diversion is preferred in the adult with a neuropathic bladder, as many are unable to provide sufficient self-care to ensure their long-term health.
Detrusor hyper-reflexia as a factor in spontaneous perforation of augmentation cystoplasty for neuropathic bladder.
This diagnostic assessment allows each child to be categorised into one of four subtypes of neuropathic bladder dysfunction based on sphincter and detrusor muscle activity (Table 1).
In patients with a neuropathic bladder, disordered innervation commonly results in dyssynergia between the detrusor and external sphincters, which adversely affects bladder function.
While immediate-release oxybutynin is widely used in children with neuropathic bladders, innovative drug delivery systems hold the potential to improve clinical outcomes.
Children with neuropathic bladders resulting from MMC require life-long surveillance and treatment, ideally in a multidisciplinary environment.
Among the many different classification systems of neuropathic bladders, we find the 'functional classification' simple and clinically useful.
After approval from the internal review board, we conducted a prospective evaluation of children with neuropathic bladder and neuropathic bowel dysfunction (constipation and fecal incontinence) who failed to benefit from conservative medical management.
Total endoscopic and anal irrigation management approach to noncompliant neuropathic bladder in children: A good alternative.