Nocturnal polyuria versus overactive bladder in nocturia.

  title={Nocturnal polyuria versus overactive bladder in nocturia.},
  author={Jeffrey P. Weiss and Jerry G. Blaivas},
  volume={60 5 Suppl 1},
  pages={28-32; discussion 32}
The purpose of this article is to review the current state of knowledge on contributions of nocturnal urine overproduction and overactive bladder to the syndrome of nocturia. We review the recent literature and current state of the art in differential diagnosis, pathophysiology, and classification of nocturia. We found that multiple pathologic factors may result in nocturia, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus or insipidus, third spacing of fluid, sleep apnea, lower urinary… CONTINUE READING


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