neurogenic


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neurogenic

[¦nu̇r·ō¦jen·ik]
(medicine)
Caused or affected by a trauma, dysfunction, or disease of the nervous system.
(neuroscience)
Originating in nervous tissue.
Innervated by nerves.
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After a median 4 (IQR 3-5) weeks post intravesical onabotulinum toxin A, most patients felt that their neurogenic bladder symptoms improved overall, and within each of the three domains of the NBSS.
Keywords: Detrusor overactivity, Detrusor areflexia, Neurogenic bladder, Spinal cord injury, Urodynamic study/Urodynamics.
The findings suggest that neurogenic bladder due to neuro-Behcet disease is characterized urodynamically by overactive detrusor in storage phase and detrusor sphincter dyssynergia in voiding phase (4).
18) However, we are not aware of any cases using duloxetine for the treatment of neurogenic UI.
Conventional CN electromyography is the standard technique for evaluating denervation and reinnervation in neurogenic diseases.
Multiple urethral stones are a rare occurrence commonly resulting from migration of renal stones and rarely arising de novo secondary to the other pathology such as urethral diverticulum, strictures, neurogenic bladder, meatal stenosis and obstructing tumours such as adenomatous metaplasia of the uroepithelium and hypospadias.
Critique: An absolutely "must read" for anyone having to deal with a neurogenic bladder condition, and in view of our increasingly aging general population, "Beyond Embarrassment" is a vitally important and strongly recommended addition to community Health/Medicine reference collections.
The present goals of the management of neurogenic bladder are the preservation of the renal function and increasing the quality of life for patients by minimizing complications.
Keywords: Child, head injury, neurogenic pulmonary edema
Neurogenic cough usually stems from damage to the vagus nerve that occurs during upper respiratory infections.
Roughly 80% of people with SCI/D experience trouble with neurogenic bowel.