neurogenic bladder

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neurogenic bladder

[¦nu̇r·ō¦jen·ik ′blad·ər]
(medicine)
A urinary bladder disorder due to lesions of the central or peripheral nervous system.
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With early closure and effective treatment of common complications such as hydrocephalus and neuropathic bladder, the majority of these patients survive into adulthood--a marked contrast to the situation 50 years ago when survival was around 10%.
The neuropathic bladder is usually accompanied either by faecal incontinence or chronic constipation, which may necessitate daily bowel washouts.
The intent of this review is to outline the investigation and treatment options for patients with a neuropathic bladder, with an emphasis on treatment goals as they progress through their lifetime.
3 demonstrates the cystometrogram of a patient with a neuropathic bladder secondary to MMC.
DSD represents the most serious consequence of the neuropathic bladder as it produces a so-called 'hostile bladder' that threatens the upper urinary tracts.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of TAI as an alternative to the MACE procedure in children with neuropathic bladder and neuropathic bowel dysfunction who need reconstructive bladder surgery.
Transitional cell carcinoma following augmentation cystoplasty for the neuropathic bladder.
Screening cystoscopy and biopsy in patients with neuropathic bladder and chronic suprapubic indwelling catheters: is it valid?
23 continent cystostomies were done with neuropathic bladders.
Results for older adults, pregnant women and people with neuropathic bladders were less clear-cut.
Future plans/implications: These results have strong potential for clinical application in patients with neuropathic bladders.