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are urinary bladder muscles autorythmic?
Cardiac muscle is autorythmic
aren't urinary bladder muscles voluntary ?
@siddhartha-ghosh not all are voluntary and if all are voluntary then you can also argue that they are striated and multinucleated as they are all characteristics of striated muscles
The internal sphincter is involuntary in nature whereas the external is voluntary
All when urine is excreted out, there is mass contraction of the muscles which are autorhythmic
The detrusor muscle is a layer of the urinary bladder wall made of smooth muscle fibers arranged in spiral, longitudinal, and circular bundles.
Smooth muscle fibers are located in walls of hollow visceral organs, except the heart, appear spindle-shaped, and are also under involuntary control. Skeletal muscle fibers occur in muscles which are attached to the skeleton. They are striated in appearance and are under voluntary control
@pranay-sinha yes so actually all are correct?
@siddhartha-ghosh no you got me wrong I meant to say that they are autorhytmic only
I also proved that the other 3 are wrong
@pranay-sinha ok got it now