Novel biomarkers of bladder decompensation after partial bladder obstruction.
- Published Article
Neurourology and urodynamics
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2007
This study shows that prolonged PBOO causes progressive deterioration in the rabbit bladder with decompensation after 8 weeks. Markedly decreased nerve density and severely reduced SOD and CAT activities are associated with the shift from compensated to decompensated function of the bladder. They may be excellent biomarkers of decompensation.
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