Localized contractions in the normal human bladder and in urinary urgency.

@article{Drake2005LocalizedCI,
  title={Localized contractions in the normal human bladder and in urinary urgency.},
  author={Marcus J Drake and Ian Harvey and James I. Gillespie and Wim A Van Duyl},
  journal={BJU international},
  year={2005},
  volume={95 7},
  pages={1002-5}
}
OBJECTIVE To describe an observational study to establish whether localized activity arises in the normal human bladder, and whether there is any correspondence between changes in such activity and reported sensation. PATIENTS, SUBJECTS AND METHODS The generation of sensory information by the bladder depends on afferent stimulation by increased tension within the bladder wall. Autonomous bladder activity is apparent in several species, which is often localized and multifocal, giving rise to… CONTINUE READING

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The generation of sensory information by the bladder depends on afferent stimulation by increased tension within the bladder wall .
Localized contractions in the normal human bladder and in urinary urgency . OBJECTIVE .
The generation of sensory information by the bladder depends on afferent stimulation by increased tension within the bladder wall .
Wall of bladderConstitutional part ofUrinary Bladder
The generation of sensory information by the bladder depends on afferent stimulation by increased tension within the bladder wall .
The generation of sensory information by the bladder depends on afferent stimulation by increased tension within the bladder wall .
Wall of bladderAnatomic structure is physical part ofUrinary Bladder
The generation of sensory information by the bladder depends on afferent stimulation by increased tension within the bladder wall .
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