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Occurs in more than half of men in 60s and can cause urinary incontinence

BPH

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Type of incontinence characterized by "I have to go to the bathroom all the time. Sometimes the urge to urinate comes on so suddenly that I cannot make it to the toilet in time”

urge incontinence

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Type of incontinence characterized by “Whenever I cough, sneeze, or even stand up I leak urine”

stress incontinence

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Type of incontinence characterized by “I seem to leak all the time…sometimes I lose urine when I’m rushing to the restroom and other times when I cough or sneeze”

mixed incontinence

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Type of incontinence characterized by “I feel like my bladder never empties even though I am going to the restroom all the time. Sometimes to urine even leaks out at unexpected times.” Associated with BPH

overflow incontinence

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Caused by bladder over activity. Leakage occurs because of a sudden and unstoppable urge to void. Patient experiences nocturia, rushing to the bathroom, inability to hold urine, and loss of urine during sleep

urge incontinence

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Caused by bladder over activity. Leakage occurs because of a sudden and unstoppable urge to void

urge incontinence

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Contributing factor in women for urge incontinence

pelvic organ prolaspe

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Most common in women but may occur in men who have undergone radical prostatecomy or other urogenital surgery. Urine loss occurs with activities that increase intra-abdominal pressure

stress incontinence

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Bladder becomes stretched w/large volumes of urine due to obstructive processes or loss of contractility

overflow incontinence

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Patient complains of passing small amt of urine frequently, difficulty starting stream/weak stream, straining while urinating, and sensation bladder isn't empty

overflow incontinence

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Complication of overflow incontinence

hydronephrosis

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Treatment for stress incontinence

kegels, sling surgery, artificial urinary sphincter

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Treatment of overflow incontinence due to bladder outflow obstruction

catheter, meds to shrink prostate or removal of obstruction

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Treatment of overflow incontinence due to loss of contractility

catheter placement

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Procedure uses a mesh material to compress the urethra and provide bladder outlet resistance…can prevent leakage of urine when abdominal pressures rise during coughing, sneezing, laughing or lifting

male sling

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works by using a small, water filled cuff to compress the urethra and hold urine in the bladder until the patient is ready to urinate

artificial urinary sphincter

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If the bladder must by removed or if it is totally denervated. Surgeon creates a reservoir by removing a piece of the small bowel and directing the ureters to the reservoir. Urine is drained through a stoma into a catheter and bag

urinary diversion