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By Grace Dorey

Following on from the 1st ebook entitled ‘Conservative therapy of Male Urinary Incontinence and Erectile disorder’ this e-book has been improved to incorporate seven new chapters and latest chapters were greatly up to date. it's written basically for these expert continence physiotherapists who're uncertain of the therapy for male sufferers with reduce urinary tract symptoms.The category of male urinary incontinence has been restructured in keeping with the foreign Continence Society standardisation of terminology. The subjective and aim physiotherapy evaluate is roofed chronologically, to let the clinician to behavior a significant research and arrive at a logical analysis.

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However, the sacral reflex is mediated by the pelvic and pudendal nerves and is subject to facilitation or inhibition by descending central nervous system pathways (Levin & Wein 1995). SYMPATHETIC CONTROL Bladder storage is partly under sympathetic control. Sympathetic stimulation of the bladder promotes detrusor relaxation and bladder filling via the afferent and efferent tracts arising between T10 and L2 spinal segments. The NERVOUS CONTROL OF LOWER URINARY TRACT FUNCTION 33 inferior hypogastric plexus provides sympathetic tone of the bladder neck and smooth muscle of the proximal urethra.

4. Superior view of the deep pelvic floor muscles (Reproduced by permission of John Wiley & Sons. 5. Inferior view of the deep pelvic floor muscles (Reproduced by permission of John Wiley & Sons. Source: Dorey, 2001b) Pubococcygeus muscle The pubococcygeus muscle arises from the back of the pubic bone and the anterior part of the obturator fascia and inserts into a fibro-muscular layer between the anal canal and the coccyx. The pubococcygeus muscle draws the coccyx forward after defaecation. Iliococcygeus muscle The iliococcygeus muscle arises from the ischial spine and from the tendinous arch (arcus tendineus) of the pelvic fascia and is attached to the coccyx and the median raphe.

The prostate gland may gradually enlarge with age in the presence of androgens, especially dihydrotestosterone, causing benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). 1). 3. Prostate gland (Reproduced by permission of John Wiley & Sons. 1. The prevalence of clinical BPH and symptoms with ageing (Reproduced by permission of Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Source: Neal 1997) Age (years) 35–44 45–54 55–64 65–74 75–84 >85 Microscopic (%) Gross (%) Severe symptoms (%) 8 23 42 71 82 88 2 8 21 35 44 53 0 0 2–5 8–15 15–20 20–30 18 PELVIC DYSFUNCTION IN MEN PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES In the male the pelvic floor muscles extend from the anterior to the posterior of the bony pelvis, forming a diaphragm covering the pelvic outlet which supports the urethrovesical system and rectum.

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