How Does The Nervous System Know When Bladder Is Full?

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This is a dysfunction of the urinary bladder caused by a problem of the nervous system. Types of neurogenic bladder are spastic bladder, reflex bladder, and flaccid bladder. It is also called neuropathic bladder.

Neurogenic bladder is impaired bladder function resulting from damage to the nerves that govern the urinary tract. Various nerves converge in the area of the bladder and serve to control the muscles of the urinary tract, which includes the sphincter muscles that normally form a tight...

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