Lack of the complete circular rhabdosphincter
and a distinct circular smooth muscle layer around the proximal urethra in elderly Japanese women: an anatomical study.
Alternatively, some clinical trials targeted cell implantation into the urethral sphincter to restore the function of a weakened rhabdosphincter
Three methods of continent urinary diversions can be achieved: orthoptic (urethral rhabdosphincter
controlled), cathertizable (self-catheterization required), and uterosigmoidostomy (anal sphincter controlled) (Costa, 2013).
Research has suggested that apoptosis of the rhabdosphincter
cells may be one of the primary causes of sphincter dysfunction in older post-menopausal women.
At the level of the apex, the external rhabdosphincter
was progressively transected approximately 2 to 3 millimeters away from the apex.
Transurethral ultrasound: evaluation of anatomy and function of the rhabdosphincter
of the male urethra.
The PMC sends impulses to motor neurons in Onuf's nucleus, and axons from these neurons travel in the pudendal nerve and stimulate the rhabdosphincter
to contract (Andersson, 2007).
The role of the striated sphincter, the rhabdosphincter
, has received little attention, despite the fact that it forms a muscular coat that surrounds the urethra ventrally and laterally.
When sufficient myoblasts and fibroblasts have been cultivated, the patient receives transurethral, ultrasound-guided injections of autologous fibroblasts into the urethral submucosa and myoblasts into the rhabdosphincter
in an outpatient procedure.
reconstruction during robot-assisted radical prostatectomy: Critical analysis of techniques and outcomes.
In practice this is most relevant as regards to the urethral rhabdosphincter
which appears hyperechoic on translabial ultrasound.