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Neurogene Blasenfunktionsstörungen

  • W. Halbig

Zusammenfassung

Mit zu den häufigsten Komplikationen Rückenmarksgeschädigter gehören Blasenentleerungsstörungen, die meist Erkrankungen der Harnwege in einzelnen oder in allen Abschnitten nach sich ziehen. Auch bei akuten oder chronischen neurologischen Krankheitsbildern sind sie nicht selten. Hier sind die Symptome oft nicht so vordergründig wie etwa bei der akuten traumatischen Rückenmarksläsion. Jedoch kann es im Laufe von Jahren zur Verschlechterung des Allgemeinzustandes des Patienten und seiner sozialen Situation (Harninkontinenz) kommen.

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