Urinary Retention

This session is devoted to discussing a condition of the bladder, because of which one is unable to start urination, or if started is unable to completely empty the bladder. Urinary retention is more common in men than women. Treatment differs for acute and chronic urinary retention. Some of the most common causes of non-obstructive urinary retention are: Stroke, Vaginal childbirth, Pelvic injury or trauma, Impaired muscle or nerve function due to medication or anaesthesia, Accidents that injure the brain or spinal cord. Obstructive retention may result from: Cancer, Kidney or bladder stones, Enlarged prostate (BPH) in men

  • Track 1-1 Processing of Urinary Tract
  • Track 2-2 . Causes of Urinary Retention
  • Track 3-3 Benign prostatic hyperplasia
  • Track 4-4 Urethral stricture
  • Track 5-5 Weakened Bladder Muscles

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