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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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Renal failure in patients with neurogenic lower urinary ract dysfunction.
There is a long history of successfully treating neurogenic orthostatic hypotension with Droxidopa -- in the clinic, in the Japanese market, and here in the US through a long-standing compassionate use program," said Dr.
Left untreated, neurogenic OAB with UI not only has a severe impact on patients' quality of life, but can have serious medical consequences as well - in particular, by increasing the risk of urinary tract infections (UTIs).
The neurogenic edema in this case was delayed in onset, taking place 1 day after the cerebral hemorrhage.
CT, researchers will share data highlighting this therapy as an effective treatment option for bladder disorders such as overactive bladder (OAB) and neurogenic bladder dysfunction.
and three contributors offer an informally written textbook on neurogenic communication disorders.
However, many patients find that daily medications are difficult to adhere to and sometimes these medications have limited effect, said Professor Christopher Chapple, Urology Department, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield NHS Trust and a key investigator in the neurogenic detrusor overactivity registration trials.
marketing approval of Droxidopa in neurogenic orthostatic hypotension (NOH).
For example, adult neural stein cells produced neurons when transplanted into the neurogenic zone of the hippocampus, but produced astrocytes in the environment of the spinal cord.
Another 5%-10% have other conditions such as neurogenic detrusor hyperreflexia associated with stroke or back trauma.
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction, discussed in Chapter 8, is well-presented, with concise explanations of the related sites of neurologic damage and the influence on continence.