Archive November 2011 XII, No. 11

What Do You Know About Post-Op Urinary Retention?

Answers to 5 critical questions surrounding this common post-op problem.

Gabriele Baldini, MD

Urinary retention is a common post-operative complication, but what causes the condition, which patients are at risk for developing it and how is it diagnosed? Let's explore the answers to these and other questions about overfilled bladders.

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