Changed responsiveness of the detrusor in rabbits with alloxan induced hyperglycemia: possible role of 5-hydroxytryptamine for diabetic bladder dysfunction.
- Published Article
The Journal of Urology
- Publication Date
Jul 01, 2002
The decrease in neurogenic bladder contraction possibly accompanied by the decreased density of muscarinic receptors, the potentiation of neurogenic bladder contraction with 5-hydroxytryptamine probably due to facilitated cholinergic transmission and the enhanced contractility to 5-hydroxytryptamine would be at least in part involved in bladder dysfunction associated with hyperglycemia.
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