ⓘ Bladder outlet decline. Decline in bladder outlet is the process of gradual atrophy in the distal structures to the bladder in the urinary system. It happens al ..

                                     

ⓘ Bladder outlet decline

Decline in bladder outlet is the process of gradual atrophy in the distal structures to the bladder in the urinary system. It happens alongside with atrophy of the reproductive system in females. It is one of the contributing factors for disorders like stress incontinence.

It is commonly associated with decline in urethral resistance pressure.

                                     
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  • result of atrophy in menopause. Decline in urethral resistance pressure is commonly associated with decline in bladder outlet Urethral retro - resistance pressure
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