Urethral Contractions

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Everything you need to know about what causes urethral muscle contractions, including common uses, side effects, interactions and risks.

Abstract. In this study we measured urethral pressure changes in response to efferent pudendal nerve stimulation in rats. All other neural pathways to ...

The overactive bladder syndrome, which may be due to involuntary contractions of the ... and functionally different from, e.g., trigonal and urethral smooth muscle.

List of causes of Urethral pain and Sudden shock-like contractions of a single muscle, alternative diagnoses, rare causes, misdiagnoses, patient stories, and much more.

Urethral Trauma. Fortunately urethral injuries are uncommon. But injuries can occur ... In addition, pain from unwanted bladder contractions may occur because the bladder is ...

... tissue, because they cause an interruption of the structural muscle-elastic circularity of the urethral tube which may stop the voiding rhythmic urethral contractions.

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Some have observed that MUCP increases and functional urethral length decreases during pelvic floor contraction. The latter finding may be indicative of the ...

Transcutaneously coupled, high-frequency electrical stimulation of the pudendal nerve blocks external urethral sphincter contractions. Gaunt RA, Prochazka A.

The present data are also consistent with electrical stimulation of pudendal urethral afferents evoking bladder contractions in male cats after acute spinal transection ...

Incompetent urethral closure mechanism is defined as one which allows leakage of urine in the absence of a detrusor contraction. (ORIGINAL) Urethral relaxation ...

The pelvic part of the sinus forms the prostatic urethra and epithelium as well as the membranous urethra and bulbo urethral glands in the male and the membranous urethra ...

Transcutaneously Coupled, High-Frequency Electrical Stimulation of the Pudendal Nerve Blocks External Urethral Sphincter Contractions

The discharge of urine is controlled though the voluntary contraction of a muscle known as the urethral sphincter. Conditions that afflict the urethra tend to be related ...

Simple cystometry is performed by filling the bladder via a urethral catheter to capacity or until an involuntary detrusor contraction occurs.

Simultaneously, parasympathetic nerves stimulate the bulbo-urethral glands to ... During the second phase of the response (emission), contractions of the smooth muscle ...

involuntary contraction of the internal urethral sphincter muscle ; external compression or irritation of the urethra by Skene's gland infection, urethral diverticula, or ...

This pathway allows the coordination of urethral and detrusor function. In other words, coordination of urethral relaxation with detrusor contraction is ...

Both the detrusor contraction and uroflow have smooth curves yet there are multiple increases in EMG activity that suggest contractions of the striated urethral sphincter.