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Published by Pardon and Sons, printers in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Urinary Retention, therapy

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby E.L. Hussey
ContributionsRoyal College of Surgeons of England
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26301255M

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  Urinary retention is a condition in which your bladder doesn’t empty completely even if it’s full and you feel like you really have to go. We’ll tell you the causes in men and women and how.   Urine Retention 1. Urine retention Lecture-9 By Dr-C 2. definition • Inability to pass urine voluntarily. • There are multiple causes for urine retention. 3. Acute retention • Acute urinary retention (AUR) is the sudden inability to pass urine. It is usually painful 4. In Cameroon, a series of cases in two hospitals reported a prevalence of 17% in children aged from 7 to 15 years, including 2% of stones located in the urethra. However, no cases of acute retention of urine were reported. The article presents three cases of acute urine retention from stones located in the male urethra. 2. Presentation A year-old man developed urinary retention in the early stages of herpes simplex virus (HSV) type-1 encephalitis. A nerve conduction study suggested latent myeloradiculitis. This is the first report of human herpes simplex virus-1 encephalitis followed by urinary retention at early stage from the .

Case of Retention of Urine from Strictures, Relieved by Puncturing the Bladder, and Followed by Hæmaturia. Case of Retention of Urine from Strictures, Relieved by Puncturing the Bladder, and Followed by Hæmaturia Lond Med Phys J. Nov;3(17) Author M W Andrews. Urinary Retention ­­ Causes of urinary retention Acute retention Prostate pathology – benign or malignant Commonest cause in men is benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) Infection including STI Phimosis, circumcision Congenital urethral valves Clot retention from bleeding source Urethral strictures Constipation Post-operative Neurological Cauda equine syndrome, any spinal injury above level.   ppt on Urinary incontinence 1. URINARY INCONTINENCE By Mr. ASHOK BISHNOI 2. Definition: • It is defined as involuntary or uncontrolled of urine from the bladder sufficient to cause a social or hygienic problem. 3. Incidence: • Prevalence increases with age (but it is not a part of normal aging) • % of community dwelling older women. CASE REPORT. We present the case of a year-old Nigerian girl who presented to our urology service with acute urinary retention. Two weeks prior to presentation she had been experiencing increasing difficulty in passing urine, associated with lower abdominal pain, but no fever or dysuria was observed.