Acute urinary retention due to benign inflammatory nervous diseases

@article{Sakakibara2006AcuteUR,
  title={Acute urinary retention due to benign inflammatory nervous diseases},
  author={Ryuji Sakakibara and Tomonori Yamanishi and Tomoyuki Uchiyama and Takamichi Hattori},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2006},
  volume={253},
  pages={1103-1110}
}
Both neurologists and urologists might encounter patients with acute urinary retention due to benign inflammatory nervous diseases. Based on the mechanism of urinary retention, these disorders can be divided into two subgroups: disorders of the peripheral nervous system (e.g., sacral herpes) or the central nervous system (e.g., meningitis-retention syndrome [MRS]). Laboratory abnormalities include increased herpes virus titers in sacral herpes, and increased myelin basic protein in the… Expand
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