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What is non-neurogenic neurogenic bladder dysfunction?
Nonneurogenic neurogenic bladder dysfunction, also known as Hinman syndrome is characterized as uncoordinated activity in the lower urinary tract muscles. The contraction of the sphincter during voiding and overactivity of the detrusor muscle may lead to urinary frequency and incontinence.
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