uninhibited neurogenic bladder

[ ŭn′ĭn-hĭbĭ-tĭd ]

n.

An abnormal condition, either congenital or acquired, of urinary bladder function in which normal inhibitory control of the function of the detrusor muscle by the central nervous system is impaired or underdeveloped, resulting in precipitant or uncontrolled urination or anuresis or both.

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