🌟In this video, we answer these questions and look at:
0:00 – Intro
0:11 – The functional anatomy of the bladder
1:30 – Bladder nerve supply
2:42 – The micturition reflex
4:56 – A few applied aspects of incontinence
❗️Edit : At 6:05, the level of damage should have been just above the pons, but below the midbrain because the midbrain has an inhibitory area. So if the level is above the pons, the threshold will be lowered. But if it’s above the midbrain, the threshold will be essentially normal.
(Ref : Ganong’s Review of Medical Physiology)
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