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Urinary retention for the neurologist

Abstract

Urinary retention is a common problem, most often due to an anatomical lesion in the urinary tract causing obstruction, such as a urethral stricture or prostate enlargement. However, a subset of patients have no structural urological lesion, and so require neurological evaluation. We present a patient with acute urinary retention who was found to have chronic meningitis, and review the neurological causes for urinary retention.

  • UROLOGY
  • NEUROGENIC BLADDER
  • NEUROUROLOGY
  • TUBERCULOSIS
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