Geriatric Grand Rounds-117546-------2/26/2014,
'Management of Urinary Incontinence', James Holt, M.D.
Dr. Holt reports there is NOT any relevant financial interest/arrangement of affiliation with one or more organizations which could be perceived as a real or apparent
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Identify and ameliorate reversible causes of UI          
Assess and treat persistent causes of UI          
Refer PRN for urodynamic studies, pelvic floor PT, or neuromodulation          
Consider surgery for those likely to benefit          
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A 74y/o man presents with frequent leakage of small amounts of urine since a low back injury a week ago. He has known BPH, but had not before experienced incontinence.
Which of the following is the most likely cause of his new-onset incontinence?
A). Compression fracture with nerve injury-- B). Opioid use-- C). Prostate Cancer-- D). Stress incontinence from new hernia
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