What will happen if the stretch receptors of the urinary bladder wall are totally removed? Explain.
As urine collects in the urinary bladder the muscular walls of the bladder distend to accommodate it. The stretch receptors on the walls of the bladder set up reflexes (send signals to the CNS) by stimulating the sensory nerve ending in the bladder. It causes an urge to pass out urine. So, if the stretch receptors are totally removed from the bladder urination will continue.