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Figure 2: Androgen changes and bladder function: examination of bladder irritability. ( a ) Change of maximum voiding pressure. ( b ) Change of voiding interval. The rats in all three groups were placed in metabolic cages, and cystometry was performed without anesthesia or restraint. The bladder was irrigated with normal saline (NS) at room temperature, and 0.25% acetic acid (AA) liquid solution was then injected for 1 h at a speed of 5 ml h-1. The parameters examined included maximum voiding pressure (cm H2O) and voiding interval (s).

Figure 2: Androgen changes and bladder function: examination of bladder irritability. ( <b>a</b> ) Change of maximum voiding pressure. ( <b>b</b> ) Change of voiding interval. The rats in all three groups were placed in metabolic cages, and cystometry was performed without anesthesia or restraint. The bladder was irrigated with normal saline (NS) at room temperature, and 0.25% acetic acid (AA) liquid solution was then injected for 1 h at a speed of 5 ml h<sup>-1</sup>. The parameters examined included maximum voiding pressure (cm H<sub>2</sub>O) and voiding interval (s).