Results for: Bladder

In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What is the bladder?

the part of the digestive system that regulates the amount of water in the stool. . The urinary bladder is the organ that collects urine excreted by the kidneys before dis (MORE)
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What is your bladder?

The bladder is an organ about the shape of a walnut (when healthy) that is responsible for holding and removing of urea (urine).
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What a bladder?

a bladder is part of your urinary system if your bladder breaks then its gonna be hard for you to go PE and you might need to see a doctor for it too
In Bladder

Can you have your bladder removed?

Yes, your bladder can be removed. It is a major surgery, but my 81 year old mother who learned she had bladder cancer, had hers removed last year, and is doing well. They crea (MORE)
In Urinary Tract Infections (bladder infections)

How can you hold your bladder?

You shouldn't do it for long. Urine is filled with poison that, if left in the blood, would have killed you, so Nature intended on it leaving your body in a timely fashion, ro (MORE)
In Eyes

What is bladder ptosis?

Bladder ptosis, or cystoptosis, is literally translated as drooping bladder. It means the drooping (prolapse) of the bladder lining into the urethra.
In Medical Definitions and Word Differences

What is bladder buttressing?

An A& P [ anal and perineal ] repair . It tightens the muscles of the pelvic floor, and surrounding area to minimize or eliminate incontinence.
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What are bladder irritants?

Substances in the urine that irritate the bladder may cause the bladder muscle to malfunction. The presence of a urinary tract infection and the ingestion of excess caffeine c (MORE)