uninhibited bladder

uninhibited bladder

[¦ən·in′hib·əd·əd ′blad·ər]
(medicine)
An abnormal urinary bladder that shows only a variable loss of cerebral inhibition over reflex bladder contractions, representing, of all neurogenic bladders, the least variance from normal.
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No uninhibited bladder contractions were detected during a Urodynamic study at 12 months postoperatively.
14] Unfortunately for the authors, abolishment of uninhibited bladder contractions in their rodent model were not demonstrated.
Ninety percent of girls with UTIs have abnormal voiding habits, including 60% who have uninhibited bladder and 30% who are infrequent voiders.
The test is used to determine if the patient has uninhibited bladder contractions or a hypersensitivity to filling and small bladder capacity (see Figure 7).
Measuring voided volume and post-voiding residual helps to differentiate between uninhibited bladder (urge incontinence) and an underactive bladder.
3] Furthermore, the procedure is believed to provide symptomatic improvement by increasing bladder compliance and dampening increases in intra-vesical pressure resulting from uninhibited bladder contractions.