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Pharmacological Treatment of Non-neurogenic Voiding Dysfunction

  • Alan J. Wein
Part of the Clinical Practice in Urology book series (PRACTICE UROLOG)

Abstract

The lower urinary tract performs two functions: the storage and emptying of urine. The physiology of the cycle of micturition has been described by many qualified authors, each of whom has given his own particular concept of the neuroanatomy and neurophysiology of the smooth and striated muscular structures, the peripheral autonomic and somatic neural factors, and the spinal and supraspinal influences which are necessary for the normal micturition cycle. There are significant disagreements regarding the finer details of the relevant neuromorphology, neurophysiology and neuropharmacology. Perhaps the best example of this is the current controversy over the influence of the sympathetic nervous system on the physiology of micturition and the interrelationships, if any, of the parasympathetic and sympathetic influences on the smooth muscle of the urinary bladder and its outlet.

Keywords

Stress Urinary Incontinence Bladder Outlet Obstruction Maximal Urethral Closure Pressure Bladder Smooth Muscle Proximal Urethra 
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