Susan Shefchyk

University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 
spinal cord physiology, micturition
"Susan Shefchyk"
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Shefchyk SJ. (2006) Spinal mechanisms contributing to urethral striated sphincter control during continence and micturition: "how good things might go bad". Progress in Brain Research. 152: 85-95
Derjean D, Bertrand S, Nagy F, et al. (2005) Plateau potentials and membrane oscillations in parasympathetic preganglionic neurones and intermediolateral neurones in the rat lumbosacral spinal cord. The Journal of Physiology. 563: 583-96
Buss RR, Shefchyk SJ. (2003) Sacral dorsal horn neurone activity during micturition in the cat. The Journal of Physiology. 551: 387-96
Shefchyk SJ. (2002) Spinal cord neural organization controlling the urinary bladder and striated sphincter. Progress in Brain Research. 137: 71-82
Shefchyk SJ. (2001) Sacral spinal interneurones and the control of urinary bladder and urethral striated sphincter muscle function. The Journal of Physiology. 533: 57-63
Paroschy KL, Shefchyk SJ. (2000) Non-linear membrane properties of sacral sphincter motoneurones in the decerebrate cat. The Journal of Physiology. 523: 741-53
Perreault MC, Shefchyk SJ, Jimenez I, et al. (1999) Depression of muscle and cutaneous afferent-evoked monosynaptic field potentials during fictive locomotion in the cat. The Journal of Physiology. 521: 691-703
Buss RR, Shefchyk SJ. (1999) Excitability changes in sacral afferents innervating the urethra, perineum and hindlimb skin of the cat during micturition. The Journal of Physiology. 514: 593-607
Shefchyk SJ, Buss RR. (1998) Urethral pudendal afferent-evoked bladder and sphincter reflexes in decerebrate and acute spinal cats. Neuroscience Letters. 244: 137-40
Shefchyk SJ, Espey MJ, Carr P, et al. (1998) Evidence for a strychnine-sensitive mechanism and glycine receptors involved in the control of urethral sphincter activity during micturition in the cat. Experimental Brain Research. 119: 297-306
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