Urinary incontinence in neurological disease: assessment and management

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence


Symptoms of neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction may relate to impaired urine storage and/or bladder emptying difficulties. Symptoms of impaired storage include increased frequency of urination and urinary incontinence. Urinary tract symptoms have a significant impact on quality of life, for example, they can cause embarrassment, lead to social isolation and impair activities of daily living.

This Guidelines summary outlines the key priorities for implementtion, and includes useful assessment and diagnosis algorithms


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