Lower urinary tract

Lower urinary tract consists of the bladder (vessica urinaria) and urethra, urethral.

Lower urinary tract

Intake and excretion of urine formed kidneys. Ureter urine is transported into the bladder, which collects this and filled. During achieve normal load will be a sense of urgency. And the contents of the bladder is transported from the body through the urethra – the evacuation of the bladder.

The bladder (Vesica urinaria)

is a hollow body whose walls consist largely musculature. Its function is collecting. It is stored in a small saucepan over pubic symphysis. It flows into both ureters, ureters, urethra and results, urethra, and in a place that is called the trigone. The bladder muscle has three layers – external and internal longitudinal and circular. These produce muscle called detrusor musculus, which has an ejection feature. The shut-off function then has the sphincter muscle (musculus sphincter vesicae). Both muscles are involuntary.

Another part of the lower urinary tract is the urethra, urethra, which is led urine out of the body.

Sicknesses of this body part:

Stress Incontinence

Stress Incontinence

Stress incontinence is the unintentional or uncontrollable leakage of urine. In other words, the inability to control your urge to urinate in certain circumstances. It is a serious and embarrassing disorder, which can lead to social isolation. Stress incontinence typically…