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Urge incontinence, usually a result of detrusor instability, detrusor hyperactivity with impaired bladder contractility, or involuntary sphincter relaxation.
Involuntary contractions of the bladder cause loss of urine from the bladder and are called detrusor instability or hyperreflexia.
Additionally, there are small waves of detrusor instability throughout the study, bladder sensation is reduced and incontinence occurs.
Developments in our understanding of detrusor instability.
Moore KH, Richmond DH, Parys BT Sex distribution of adult idiopathic detrusor instability in relation to childhood bedwetting.