Summary of Neurogenic bladder
Flashcards on Neurogenic bladder
Neurogenic bladder can present as urge incontinence and incontinence.
Questions on Neurogenic bladder
A 65-year-old man comes to clinic because of urinary incontinence for the past 2 weeks. He describes having difficulty initiating urination or telling when or if his bladder is full or empty. He denies frequency, urgency, or bowel dysfunction. Past medical history is significant for stroke 1 year ago in addition to hypertension and coronary artery disease. Past surgical history is significant for lower back surgery 1 month ago after a car accident. Physical examination shows decreased sphincter tone and 110 ml of post-void residual urine. Diagnostic tests show normal bladder capacity, no sign of infection, normal prostate-specific antigen levels, and normal creatinine. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?