Answer: For males: There is a deactivation button (switch) at the top end of the pump. The pump is located in the scrotum. If the person is right handed, the pump will be located near the right testicle. FYI: If an artificial urinary sphincter fails, it will fail in the "open" position.Tom
Answer: Well actually it would result in a discharge of acids, carboxyhemoglobin, coagulated blood and other cells waste. Which would send the patient into an irreversible phase of shock. -thrombus will cause peripheral , cerebral, visceral vessels to eventually block which will lead to Hypoxia/infactus/ischemia of the affected area etc... -Metabolic Acidosis (Arythmia, tachycardia, kussmauls ventilation, reduction of cardiac muscle contractillity, infactus at some point) There is much more to it but i do not have the tools to answer further.
Answer: Yes it increases pressure in the sphincter of oddi causing attacks. This can vary among individuals though. Some people do ok with certain narcotics and some people can not have any with this dysfunction.
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Answer: A sphincter is basically a hatch keeping stuff in and other stuff out of an organ such as the stomach. The pylorus is the muscle keeping the exit of the stomach shut, or opening it so that half-digested food may enter the duodenum to be digested further. The muscle ensures food can stay in the stomach long enough, and not flow right on through without being modified long enough by the stomach acids and digestive enzymes. It also regulates the amount of stuff that goes through.
Answer: Artificial sphincter insertion surgery is the implantation of an artificial valve in the genitourinary tract or in the anal canal to restore continence and psychological well being to individuals with urinary or anal sphincter insufficiency.
Answer: The urethral sphincter is broken down into two separate muscles, the internal and external sphincter muscles of the urethra. The internal muscle is located where the urethra joins the bladder. It is under involuntary control and works by balancing the sympathetic (keeping closed) and parasympathetic (opening) nervous systems.
The second muscle is located just after the prostate gland. It is under voluntary control and works by the somatic nervous system.