Lower urinary tract dysfunction in MS: management in the community.

Abstract

Lower urinary tract dysfunction in multiple sclerosis is common and is highly amenable to treatment. Individuals may have bladder storage and/or voiding dysfunction. The risk of progression to renal failure is low and hence lower urinary tract dysfunction should be considered medically manageable in most individuals. Evaluation begins with history taking… (More)

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