Voluntary control of urination is provided by the?
deep transverse perineal muscle.
The example of the processes which is under voluntary control are urination and defecation. Voluntary control is an act that is normally controlled by an individualâ??s will.
In the toilet. Although urination can occur anytime there is voluntary control and when the brain sends signals to the sphincters.
Only up to a point: if the bladder gets too full, it will find relief.
SNS - Somatic Nervous System * Involuntary control is provided by ANS *
The word may be one of these: conscience : one's own sense of regret or guilt continence : self-restraint, or voluntary control of urination
it is a voluntary process. but if you hold it in to long, then you will urinate involentarily.
external urethral sphincter
Voluntary means you have voluntary control, while the involuntary you do not have voluntary control of them.
When a patient cannot voluntarily control urination (incontinence), a physician may order this test to determine if the problem is caused by the failure of this muscle. The voluntary contraction or release of a muscle.
Voluntary muscles are what you have control over. Like your skeletal muscle are usually voluntary. Involuntary muscles are what you have no control of. Like your smooth and cardiac muscles you have no control of. The difference between voluntary and involuntary muscles are voluntary muscles you have control of and involuntary you have no control of. Hope this answered your question.
The parasympathetic effect on urination will be that of bladder stimulation and resultant voiding of urine. If this stimulation is ecessive it will result in the bladder not being able to hold the urine until voluntary voiding of the urine thus a clinical effect of urinary incontinet results because of lack of control of bladder contraction by the individual.
Involuntary- something you cant control voluntary- you can control .
One advantage to having voluntary muscle control is that it is voluntary - we are able to control movement which has many benefits.
diaphragm id voluntary and a in voluntary substance
Neither. The terms voluntary and involuntary apply to muscles, and the backbone isn't a muscle. The muscles that control its movement are voluntary as you can consciously control them.
Most muscles are under voluntary control, save for reflexive responses. However, the muscles that operate the heart and lungs, for example, are autonomic or under non-voluntary control.
voluntary, you control what it does.
voluntary because you can control writing
You can't control involuntary muscles but you can control voluntary muscles.
Voluntary means it is under conscious control and involuntary is not under conscious control.
No, lungs are involuntary because voluntary means you control & involuntary means that you don't control
No. Only skeletal muscle is under voluntary control. Cardiac muscle, although striated like skeletal muscle, is also not voluntary.
Skeletal muscles control voluntary movements.
voluntary because you can control it
the muscles which are not under our control are called in voluntary muscles
voluntary because you have to force them to do it
You can control voluntary muscles.
No. Only skeletal muscle is under voluntary control, not smooth muscle or cardiac muscle.
Voluntary muscles are the ones you can control with your mind and the involuntary ones you cannot control, they do their jobs automantically.
Voluntary muscle is the one we can control. For example, the skeletal muscle.
Involuntary is not under your control while voluntary is.
Yes. Voluntary muscle are defined as muscles that you can control. The heart, for instance, is not since it moves on its own. You can control if and how your lip muscles move, thus making them voluntary.
Skeletal muscles are under voluntary control; smooth muscles and cardiac muscles aren't.
Since you can control your tongue it is considered a voluntary muscle.
voluntary muscles....mostly skeletal mauscles
contract under voluntary control
Skeletal muscle is responsible for voluntary movements.
They are indeed called Voluntary
You aren't. You should always use the bathroom when the impulse comes. Avoiding urination can lead to infections.
Voluntary aid is help (usually of monetary value) provided to a certain community or population. Voluntary aid is considered a form of charity, and can be provided by fundraising agencies, government, or other communities to help get them out of a difficult situation or even help them achieve a certain goal.
Frequent urination is a symptom of diabetes .There are two types of Diabetes. They are Diabetes Mellitus and Diabetes Insipidus. Frequent urination is a symptom of both. When the disease is under control frequent urination may not be a symptom
The Urethra :P
voluntary nerves are under the contraol of the CNS and involuntary are not under the direct control of CNS An example would of that would be, skeletal system is under voluntary control and the cardiovascular system is involuntary.
A voluntary muscle.
Yes, you can.