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Eur Urol. 1981;7(4):211-4.

Incidence and diagnostic aspects of the bladder disorders in diabetics.


Bladder disorders are important among the various complications of diabetes, both because of their frequency and the severe involvements they can cause to the urinary tract and ultimately to the renal function. Because they are often mild, especially in the first stage, bladder disorders call for early detection and for a judicious assessment as possible by careful investigation. The incidence of bladder disorders was studied in 50 diabetics by performing cystoscopy, micturition cystourethrography and cystometry. The results emphasize the importance of these investigations, particularly the cystometric one, in recognizing such bladder troubles before severe complications occur.

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