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  • Updated 03.20.2018
  • Released 07.17.2000
  • Expires For CME 03.20.2021

Urinary dysfunction in neurologic disorders



Urinary dysfunction accompanies many neurologic conditions. In this article, the authors review the neurophysiology of bladder control. They summarize how it is disturbed by diseases of the nervous system. With an improved understanding of this complex problem, neurologists can be more effective in their approach to patients with urinary dysfunction. This article includes updated information on diagnosis and management of lower urinary tract dysfunction in various neurologic diseases.

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