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Posted by Goodsamaritan from IP 207.157.122.252 on September 01, 2012 at 14:01:48:

QUESTIONS:

Q1 A 71-year-old woman with a history of stroke is incontinent of large amaunts of urine. She is ambulatory with a walker and takes no medications. The incontinence is not associated with activity. Her postvoid residual urine volume is 75ml

Q2 A 74-yeal-old man with BPH presents with urgency (strong desire to void) immidiatelly followed by incontinence. His postvoid residual urine volume is 65 ml.

Q3 A 66-year-old man with 15-year history of DM presents with dribbing of his urine. He has a sensation of fullness in his abdomen and inadequate emptying. Palpation of the abdomen reveals a smooth, round, tense mass. Prostate exam reveals an enlaged (50 g) symmetric gland. There are no nodules palpated. The patient's posvoid urine residual volume is 800 ml

ANSWER:

a) Urge incontinence
b) Stress incontinence
c) Overflow incontinence
d) Functional incontinence

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