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Bladder Disorders

This category comprises disorders of the urinary bladder involving dysfunction of the muscle walls and sphincter that control urine and lack of integrity of the inside lining to protect against infection.

The urinary bladder is a hollow muscular organ that receives and temporarily collects up to a cup and a half of urine made by the kidneys until urination through the urethra. This process repeats continually.

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Bladder Infection (Cystitis)

What Is A Bladder Infection? Bladder infection, or cystitis, is a urinary disorder characterized by pyuria (pus in urine) and dysuria (impaired urination). Cystitis is often simply called a UTI, although UTI (urinary tract infection) can affect any part of the ...

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