Chris Fry

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  • William Fletcher, Frank T Smith, Chris Fry
  • 2005
A modified version of the micturition model proposed by Hübener et al in 1994 [1] is presented. Relations between variables in the model are derived and explained then simulations are compared to published urodynamical data. Finally, the model is compared to other published models, and its implications and limitations are discussed.
The urothelium is a newly recognized sensory structure that detects bladder fullness. Pivotal to this sensory role is the release of ATP from the urothelium. However, the routes for urothelial ATP release, its modulation by receptor-mediated pathways, and the autocrine/paracrine role of ATP are poorly understood, especially in native tissue. We examined the(More)
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