Innervation and connexin isoform expression during diabetes-related bladder dysfunction: early structural vs. neuronal remodelling

@article{Poladia2005InnervationAC,
  title={Innervation and connexin isoform expression during diabetes-related bladder dysfunction: early structural vs. neuronal remodelling},
  author={Deepali Pitre Poladia and Brandon L. Schanbacher and Lane J. Wallace and John Anthony Bauer},
  journal={Acta Diabetologica},
  year={2005},
  volume={42},
  pages={147-152}
}
Urinary bladder dysfunction is a major complication in diabetes mellitus and its mechanism has been attributed to altered neurological function (autonomic and/or peripheral neuropathy). Previous studies have demonstrated impaired nerve deficiencies, including either loss of nerve function and/or anatomical loss of neuromuscular nerve terminals. While the phenomenon of diabetes-related neurological injury is well recognised, its pathogenesis is not well understood. Using a well established rat… CONTINUE READING

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