Refers to the action of certain medications commonly used in the management of neurogenic bladder dysfunction.
These medications inhibit the transmission of parasympathetic nerve impulses and thereby reduce spasms of smooth muscle in the bladder.
The ability to perform ADLs is often used as a measure of ability/disability in MS.
A rare genetic disease characterized by a loss of myelin surrounding nerve cells in the brain and progressive adrenal gland dysfunction.
The precise origin and pathophysiologic processes of these diseases are unknown.