The neuronal control of the lower urinary tract: A model of architecture and control mechanisms.

@article{Kinder1999TheNC,
  title={The neuronal control of the lower urinary tract: A model of architecture and control mechanisms.},
  author={Matti V. Kinder and Erica H. C. Bastiaanssen and Rudi A. Janknegt and E. Marani},
  journal={Archives of physiology and biochemistry},
  year={1999},
  volume={107 3},
  pages={203-22}
}
The human micturition cycle is controlled by central and peripheral nervous structures and connections. In literature, no complete or generally accepted model describes the principles of micturition control. In this paper, the integration of (neuro-)anatomy, (neuro-)physiology and control theory is used to describe and model the neuronal control of the lower urinary tract. Neuroanatomy supplies the most basic information necessary for the modellation of the peripheral pathways and central… CONTINUE READING