Pathogenesis of nocturnal urinary incontinence after ileocaecal bladder replacement. Continuous measurement of urethral closure pressure during sleep.

@article{Jakobsen1987PathogenesisON,
  title={Pathogenesis of nocturnal urinary incontinence after ileocaecal bladder replacement. Continuous measurement of urethral closure pressure during sleep.},
  author={Henrik B. Jakobsen and Kenneth E. Steven and Bent Stigsby and Peter Klarskov and Tage Hald},
  journal={British journal of urology},
  year={1987},
  volume={59 2},
  pages={148-52}
}
Urethral closure pressure was recorded in four patients during sleep in order to determine the pathogenesis of nocturnal incontinence after radical cystectomy and ileocaecal bladder replacement. The sleep stages were determined by electroencephalography. The resting pressure in the intestinal bladder was low and increased only slightly during filling. The maximum urethral pressure decreased during sleep but the urethral closure pressure remained positive when the intestinal bladder was not… CONTINUE READING

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