Effect of bladder outlet obstruction on the morphology, physiology, and pharmacology of the bladder.

Bladder outlet obstruction secondary to benign prostatic hyperplasia induces numerous changes in bladder morphology, physiology, and pharmacology. These changes have been studied experimentally in various animal models, and while each species has advantages and disadvantages, it is unclear which is most like man. It has been shown that tissue hypertrophy… CONTINUE READING