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Micturition disorders after stroke

Darina Georgieva-Hristova

Abstract

The bladder gets as somatomotor and vistseromotorna parasympathetic innervation. Urinary incontinence, and other disorders of urination function are common complications in patients with cerebrovascular disease. Significant urination disorders affect the quality of life of the patient, and its mortality. The prevalence of urinary incontinence early after stroke varies znachiterlno from 41% to 83%. Furthermore, there is no uniformity in terms of the type of functional impairment. The majority of surviving a stroke have a dysfunction of the detrusor muscle (hyperreflexia or hyporeflexia) as nocturia is among the most commonly reported disorders after stroke. Older age, female sex, the presence of incontinence before the onset of the stroke, and the greater severity of the stroke, are associated higher incidence of urinary incontinence.

Keywords

stroke, incontinence, urinary dysfunction

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